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Wednesday November 07, 2018 (4 days, 17 hours ago)


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FALMOUTH — A Mashpee man was sentenced Wednesday in Falmouth District Court to two years administrative supervision and ordered not to possess a firearm and to forfeit his license to carry a firearm, for shooting and killing a wild turkey, according to court documents.Joseph Raftery Jr., 64, admitted to sufficient facts to discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a building and to hunting and/or possessing a wild turkey in a closed season, according to court documents.He [...]

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