Neighborhood Watch: 2 Princeton men charged with disorderly conduct after fight breaks out in restaurant

Neighborhood Watch: 2 Princeton men charged with disorderly conduct after fight breaks out

TRI-STATE (WFIE) - Two Princeton men are charged with disorderly conduct after a fight broke out at a local restaurant.

Gibson County deputies responded to a report of battery at Zack’s Diner on East Locust Street in Fort Branch Sunday night.

After an investigation, deputies took 68-year-old Michael Crase and 47-year-old Todd Williams to the County Jail.

Both men have since posted $550 bonds.

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Warrick County Prosecutor Michael Perry says he’s had enough.

He says his office has been advised of six school bus stop arm violations already, and it’s only September 10.

In a Facebook post, Perry said because of the seriousness of this infractions and potential for tragedy, a stop arm violation is a non-negotiable charge and certainly not eligible for any deferral program.

Perry says, put the phone down, eliminate driving distractions and pay more attention to the road.

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The Owensboro Police Department is investigating an overnight shooting.

Police say someone fired shots into a house in the 2200 block of West 9th Street about 2 a.m. Tuesday.

There were people in the house, but no one was hurt.

If you have any information on this, call OPD at 270-687-8888 or leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers at 270-687-8484.

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