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Man shoots at hunters, deputy says
They were reportedly on his property
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A man has been bound to the grand jury on three reckless endangerment counts after he allegedly opened fire on coon hunters who were on his property.The suspect, Timothy C. Hollandsworth, 51, was bound to the grand jury by Judge Bill Locke on three counts of reckless endangerment. Since a deadly weapon was used in the alleged crime, he faces Class E felonies which carry one to two years on each count.He faces the charges after he reportedly opened fire on three coon hunters who said they were on his property looking for their dogs. According to the coon hunters’ statement to deputies, they were among a group of eight hunters.“Their dogs had gotten away from them,” explained reporting deputy Jared Jacobs.