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Princetown town justice arrested

Reynolds accused of firing shotgun, resisting arrest

State Department of Environmental Conservation police visit then-Princetown Town Justice William H. Reynolds, right, at his home in March 2014.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
State Department of Environmental Conservation police visit then-Princetown Town Justice William H. Reynolds, right, at his home in March 2014.
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After less than three months in office, Town Justice William Reynolds stands accused of firing three shotgun blasts at deer near his home in a residential neighborhood on Muriel Peterson Drive, then obstructing state police when they came to investigate Monday evening. Reynolds, 56, was issued citations on misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and obstruction of governmental administration following the investigation. He is scheduled to appear in his own court March 26, but ...


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