- Sep 17, 2002
I wonder who else got hit from him shooting in the air?
Must be more of a story there…. why was he spying on his neighbor's construction project?
If anyone's discharging a shotgun over or near my house there's going to much a bigger problem than posting bail. "Percenti posted $250 in bail after being arraigned on criminal mischief and weapons charges."A little shot raining down from the sky isn't capable of injuring.
I hope this guy gets an agressive attorney and beats the charges.
I agree on the litigation issues however keep in mind that the REAL issues are the ones you can't see. I can easily fly this high enough over anyone's home and you won't see it, hear it, or have a remote chance of hitting it with ANY weapon of any kind barring a flak gun. It's a scary thought but thankfully I use my powers for good and not evil.I believe what we are seeing here Boyd is the new, nosy neighbor of the 21st century. Gladys Kravitz with a drone.
We will be seeing a deluge of litigation and subsequent lawmaking surrounding the right to privacy when it comes to drone photography. Google laws regarding drone photography and watch your computer shutter and smoke.
What Waretown Mike has provided certainly is not an invasion of privacy.
If I sensed that someone was using one inappropriately over my property I probably would have taken it out too.