More follow-up of a dangerous situation and one of the many drawbacks of living out in the sticks.
Errant bullets and the occasional chupacabra .
Check the summary . . .
"Johnson County Commissioners are set to vote on a measure that would impose up to a $1,000 fine for someone deemed to have shot recklessly onto or over another's property."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . . And regret yet another American pastime ruined by pesky people who don't want to get randomly shot . . .
Education and brochures haven't reduced the number of stray bullets flying in parts of rural Johnson County. Now law enforcement, the county commission and its legal department are considering a measure that will make firing bullets onto or over property without permission a code violation that could carry a maximum $1,000 fine.