A law enforcement gun range in Fairfield County is being blamed by neighbors for flying bullets. But the police chief says there's no way.Jerry Mock said one went through his son and daughter-in-law's barn. The couple had lived in the home on Leonard Road for 11 years.Jamie Mock says in the last two years the range about a half mile behind them has become scary. They believe that's where the bullet came from.Baltimore Police Chief Mike Tussey said he listened to neighbors' concerns. He had internal and external shooting experts do an investigation.“Independently and not working together, they came to the same conclusion which was the round that hit that building did not come from the police range,” said Chief Tussey.The chief explained the targets...
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Baltimore residents say shooting range bullets are hitting homes