Cops Shoot Coyote With Shotgun, Bullets Fly Into 15-Year-Old's Bedroom, Homes & CarsChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 15, 2013
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Police officers in Clarksville, Tennessee used a shotgun to shoot a coyote infected with distemper in the middle of a residential neighborhood.
Stray bullets from the shooting flew into neighboring homes, cars, and even into a 15-year-old girl's bedroom as she slept.
NewsChannel5 reports the police said an animal control officer 'was too far away to respond quickly.'
The police say they'll investigate themselves.
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