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Stafford police fatally shoot wild turkey 'wreaking havoc' in traffic

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jims4

over 3 years ago

104 articles submitted

Source: nj.com


April 01, 2011


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    rhood

    over 3 years ago

    23592 Comments

    You can't beat some fried turkey.

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    corylovesandrea

    over 3 years ago

    6224 Comments

    Bump the comments thus far... lol.. I wonder how big the turkey was. Turkeys up here in WI are big enough to cause some major damage to a vehicle. Did the officer get to keep the turkey?

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    Cat_D

    over 3 years ago

    9610 Comments

    Hey I don't know about there but it IS turkey season down here ! Tom should have been more aware !!!! The story didn't say how much he weighed !!!

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    Anonymous

    over 3 years ago

    Too bad,probably should have just been cited for impeding traffic.I'm betting Tom didn't have a drivers lic. registration or proof of insurance either.He was evidently a repeat offender,as well.

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    Jonas

    over 3 years ago

    42822 Comments

    Oh the jokes that come to mind. I wonder if Jesse and Al will chime in on this turkey shoot!!!

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    jims4

    over 3 years ago

    2610 Comments

    Don't these turkeys know they cannot escape the long arm of the law! Did he really think running into the woods would assure his escape? However, the accident was more then likely caused by tailgaiting. But of course, a turkey is the scapegoat.

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