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

Updated: Sep. 10, 2019 at 4:16 PM CDT
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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.


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.


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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