road-kill-grill-seasoningWhen a young woman accidentally hit a deer with her vehicle on Webb Circle last month, her father asked police if he could take the roadkill home for dinner — a scenario that Monroe Animal Control Officer Edward Risko says is not at all unusual.  “It’s pretty common,” he said. “It’s one of the options. We can sign it off to a passing motorist or to the driver who struck the deer.”   The Monroe Patch has the full story here…..

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