The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter
Winter 2012 Issue
Hillsborough, New Jersey, Fear Hunters Will Kill A Child
Parents in the Township of Hillsborough, NJ, are afraid to let their
children play in yards after a bullet came into a resident’s house.
The bullet passed through a linen closet and fell after hitting a wall in an
upstairs bathroom. The Grandmother and youngest child were home at the time.
Neighbors went to the township to lodge their complaints about trespassing
hunters. They want the buffers around the house increased as bullets
and arrows travel farther. “One life is too much to lose.”
said he has had buckshot rain down on him, and was almost assaulted when he
confronted hunters in tree stands. Another said there were many
decaying carcasses (deer bodies) out there. An elderly man got up and said
he also had bullets rain down and WAS assaulted by hunters.
NJ Township information is:
you to Susan Gordon for the posting.
Support Hillsborough by stating
your agreement with increased buffers or - better yet - a hunting ban.
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