Man charged after arrows found in backyards
Police in Barrie say a man has been charged after neighbours reported finding arrows in their backyards. They say one complainant told officers the residents of a neighbouring home frequently participated in archery and knife throwing in their backyard. On various occasions the complainant and a second neighbour said they found sharp, pointed arrows on their property. Investigators say a 30-year-old man was issued a city bylaw ticket for discharging a firearm, which carries a $490 fine.