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Former Sheriff Bob Butorovich, who shut black gucci belt, cheap gucci slippers, gucci shirts for men and women outlet down the brothel, said prostitution became a fact of life in Butte with so many young, single miners. He said Garrett never held a grudge against him for closing down her establishment. "She was a wonderful old gal," he said. "Part of Butte louis vuitton scarves history is gone." She lived in the little town of Divide, south of Butte, and her friends and neighbors were protective of her. The day before she began her six-month prison term in 1982, they threw her a party at the Melrose Bar. Les Baldwin, one of those who turned out to bid her farewell, told an Associated Press reporter at the party: "I think it's a crime that a fine woman like this gucci handbags is sent to prison. I've done more things wrong than this woman." Garrett was acquitted of a first-degree murder charge for shooting common-law husband Andy Arrigoni but served nine months for the shooting on a manslaughter conviction. Garrett had said that he beat her, and Crain said she was a domestic-violence victim. "She was beaten so bad that day that when she walked in that Board of Trade to shoot him, they couldn't recognize her," Crain said. Garrett pleaded guilty in 1982 to failing to failing to discount gucci sunglasses sale pay $51,670 in federal taxes from 1975 to 1978. She received a six-month sentence and was fined $10,000, which she said she paid with a loan from a friend. Garrett had refused to sell the Dumas unless it could be used as a brothel, news reports said at the time. It's now a tourist attraction in Uptown Butte.