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NY: Kennedy Teen Charged With Hunting Crimes

November 27, 2013

From Post-Journal.com

POLAND - A Kennedy teenager is in trouble with the law following an incident which could have ended much worse.
Kyle Ross, 17, was charged with discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a residence and possession of a slug in the field with no hunting license.
Troopers were told that a man was hunting in a field near railroad tracks on their friends' property when they heard a gunshot and a round missed the son by only a few feet.
Troopers followed a set of footprints back to the subject's residence and an investigation revealed that Ross borrowed his friend's 20-gauge shotgun, walked into the backyard and fire a shot.

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