A bullet came into a Maysville man’s residence recently, leading to concerns about target shooting in a residential neighborhood.
Five people spoke at the Jackson County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night about concerns with shooting in the area of Panhandle Circle and Silver Dollar Road.
Incident reports have already been filed with the sheriff’s department and the matter is being looked into. Commissioner Dwain Smith, who presided over the meeting in the absence of chairman Tom Crow, said county staff would also look into the matter to determine any ordinance violations.
“It has changed people’s lives,” Charles Retkofsy, a resident of Panhandle Circle said. “We need to do something before someone is injured or killed. It has escalated to the point where something has to be done. I’m pro-gun but I’m also pro-safety.”
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