updated 11/11/2010 6:57:03 PM ET 2010-11-11T23:57:03

A Duluth woman whose wrought-iron fence was taken by a neighbor a few blocks away in September 2009  is expected to get a replacement. According to court records, 53-year-old Randy King admitted taking the antique fence and installing it in his yard.

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He signed a diversion agreement last month on a charge of felony theft, agreeing to terms of probation, including restitution of $1,500.

Court records quoted King as saying he was given permission to take a fence in an adjacent lot but removed too much. But Duluth police said the victim told police a man had come by a month earlier and asked if he could buy the fence. She declined.

The Duluth News Tribune reported that an insurance company is paying for a new fence, which was expected to be installed by Monday.

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