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    Stephen Hebert stands on his riverfront property in Clinton beside a large sheet that is perforated by shotgun pellets. Hebert shot at the sheet from the location where hunters shoot from to illustrate that the shotgun pellets can travel and damage his property along the River Road.

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    Stephen Hebert stands on the deck of his River Road property on Monday in Clinton and points to the Kennebec River, where he says hunters have fired shotguns and pellets have struck his home and wife Catherine in the yard.

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    Stephen Hebert holds a copy of his proposed shotgun safety ordinance, which he has asked the town of Clinton to enact as a result of what he described as unsafe shooting by hunters near his home along the Kennebec River in Clinton. The document is signed by property owners along River Road.

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    Stephen Hebert stands at the spot on his River Road property in Clinton where he says shotgun pellets fired by hunters on the Kennebec River, in the background, traveled through the woods and struck his wife, Catherine. Hebert has drafted a proposed shotgun safety ordinance as a result.

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    Homeowner Stephen Hebert has placed a camera on a tree hanging over the Kennebec River in Clinton to document hunters who shoot waterfowl from a peninsula across the river in an effort to show that nearby hunting has been dangerous, with shotgun pellets reaching his property.

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