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Neighborhood Watch: Parks being vandalized in Princeton

Updated: Sep. 13, 2019 at 4:50 PM CDT
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TRI-STATE (WFIE) - In Princeton, city officials tell us that parks throughout the community are being vandalized.

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Lafayette Park and Deda Young Kiddie Park are two parks that currently need repairs.

The city’s park superintendent tells me it happens at least once a month and repairs can cost upwards of a thousand dollars.

He says taxpayers are the ones left paying the bills.

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A disturbance in Princeton, Indiana led to the arrest of a woman.

57-year-old Beth Selby is charged with battery.

It happened Thursday night around 9 in the 1100 block of South Hoot Owl Lane.

Selby was taken to the Gibson County Jail, but has since posted a $650 bond and has been released.

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If you park on the city streets in Tell City, officials are asking you to remove your cars from certain streets.

The city will be re-striping bike lanes on Sunday.

They are asking you to move your cars from the streets on these routes: Fulton from 12th to 6th. 10th Street from Fulton to Herrman and 7th Street from Fulton to Washington.

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