Residents Frustrated by Homeless in Local Parks

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Residents in Bakersfield, Calif., are frustrated with the state of the community parks, saying that they’ve become a haven for the homeless.

"You can't even go there because there's always people there doing what they're not supposed to be doing," Anna Smith, a Bakersfield resident who used to take her kids to Central Park at Mill Creek all the time, told the local CBS affiliate.

Smith says the park’s facilities are now being used by drug users and other activities not suitable for children.

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