An estimated 35 “heads” of parking meters have been stolen in downtown Fort Worth in the past three to four weeks, Fort Worth police said.
An estimated 35 “heads” of parking meters have been stolen in downtown Fort Worth in the past three to four weeks, Fort Worth police said. Domingo Ramirez Jr. ramirez@star-telegram.com
An estimated 35 “heads” of parking meters have been stolen in downtown Fort Worth in the past three to four weeks, Fort Worth police said. Domingo Ramirez Jr. ramirez@star-telegram.com

‘Cool Hand Luke’-style parking meter crimes rampant in downtown Fort Worth

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