(UNDATED) - Just more than eight months ago, Indiana Department of Natural Resources officials led a sting operation and made a slew of arrests across the state for allegedly having sex on park property.
Now, DNR officials say the number of public indecency complaints at their more than 100 properties across Indiana have "practically been eliminated."
DNR officials are hailing their sting operation as a success, saying it sent a message to people who might be thinking of using their property for "illicit means."
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