Cheryl Blair was walking her dogs in Norton on New Year’s Eve when her neighbor, John Bergeron, mistook her dog for a deer and shot her.
The Norton woman who was seriously injured in a hunting accident on New Year’s Eve is suing the off-duty state trooper who shot her.
Cheryl Blair’s life changed in an instant when she was accidentally shot by an off-duty State Police trooper who was hunting in the woods of Norton.
The Norton woman severely injured by a hunter while she was walking her dogs in the woods near her home is out of the hospital.
The president of pro-hunting group the Sportsmen’s Alliance is urging police to file charges against a State Trooper over an accidental shooting on New Year’s Eve.
Police have released the frantic 911 call from the moments after an off-duty State Trooper shot a woman.
The family of a woman shot by a state trooper over the weekend is angry and wants answers.