Two charged after arrow exits deer and ends up in house

(Police in Ramapo have charged two men for firing a crossbow at a deer that ended up in a house.)

October 25, 2010 10:45:18 AM PDT
Police in Ramapo have charged two men for firing a crossbow at a deer that ended up in a house.

The incident took place on West Carlton Road. Police say the suspects shot the arrow at the deer, killing it, before it exited and entered the house.

Police charged 43-year-old Abraham Fischbein, and 47-year-old Lee Jones with reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a controlled substance. Jones, was also charged with criminal contempt.

Both Fischbein and Jones were charged additionally by the Department of Environmental Conservation officers with the following unclassified misdemeanors.

  • shooting within 500' of a dwelling
  • shooting across a public highway
  • take a deer with implement not specified
  • illegally take protected wildlife
  • hunt deer during closed hours
  • take deer with the aid of motor vehicle
  • hunt without a big a game license

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