MA: Hunter shoots llamas
November 11, 2009
Rewards offered in Mass. llama killings
LENOX, Mass.-A radio show host and a hunters' club have offered rewards
for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever used a
bow to kill two llamas in Berkshire County.
WBRK radio host Sherman Baldwin put up $200 of his own money then
solicited contributions from listeners that boosted the reward to about
$1,200 on Tuesday.
Baldwin tells The Berkshire Eagle that the killing of the animals was
The Berkshire County League of Sportsmen has posted a $500 reward.
President Mark Jester said the killings go against everything hunters stand
The animals were found dead Sunday morning at River Valley Farm in Lenox.
State Environmental Police found arrows lodged behind their rib cages.
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