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After bullets hit house, legal bills start war

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author on Aug 24, 2010
Sometime in early 2004, Kevin and Tracy Coyle’s house in Wainscott was hit by bullets that strayed from a rifle range at the nearby Maidstone Gun Club. Five bullets from... more

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