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Deer shot by bow dies in front of Pomona residence

Published in THE JOURNAL NEWS  

By Steve Lieberman - October 19, 2006

POMONA - A deer was found dead today of an arrow wound in front of a Halley Drive residence in Pomona, police said.

Lt. Michael Moore said the deer was shot during bow season and probably ran off and died near the house.

Under state rules, hunting is allowed with the landowner's permission and 500 feet from a residential area.

Moore said police did not know who killed the deer. He said the department doesn't maintain information on who allows deer hunting on their property.

He said he is aware that property owners in Haverstraw do.


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