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Hunting Accident File > Harassment: > 2001

Harassment by Hunters Documented:
Emotional Stress, Physical Injury, and Property Damage Inflicted Upon Innocent People by Those Who Hunt, Fish, and Trap

Stray Bullet
Showers Toddler with Glass


In December 2001, a hunter's errant shot struck a Jeep Cherokee driving on Mount Hermon Road in Blairstown, Warren County, shattering a window and showering a toddler with glass.

The 13-month-old girl, Alexa Tironi, suffered a cut to her face. The hunter, Stephen Christine of Oxford, was fined and banned from hunting in New Jersey for life. Two other hunters with Christine had their hunting licenses suspended.

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