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Bits from the Blotter: Hunting Incident, Fraud and More

December 20, 2011

By Ashley Tarr, SouthEast.Patch.com

The New York State Police provided the following information.

Patch recently sat down with officials from the Southeast barracks of the New York State Police and discussed troopers' recent activity. Here are a few items they responded to in recent days:

A report of gun shots fired. An Allview Avenue resident called this complaint in around 3 p.m. Sunday, after he heard a strange noise. Unsure of what the sound could be, he looked around the house and came across a hole in a bedroom wall. Police say that hole is the result of a projectile becoming lodged in the wall.

They believe the incident involves hunting, as they found a newly dead deer in the woods adjacent to the house. Officials from State and Environmental Conservation Police are conducting area interviews. Authorities say the investigation could result in a felony reckless endangerment charge.

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