Feral animals have been running hog wild in their neighborhood for the past six weeks and it’s all caught on video. Feral animals have been running hog wild in their neighborhood for the past six weeks and it’s all caught on video. Licensed bow hunter Scott Sellers knows a thing or two about feral pigs. He’s seen the video of them running hog wild on Lindon Lane in Decatur for the past six weeks. "It’s a bow only county," said Sellers. "There are no firearms allowed to hunt here.
On Lindon Lane in Decatur, Jin Masonotti and her neighbors fear for their safety. "She’s probably about 150 lbs., she’s a big girl," said homeowner Jin Masanotti. Feral animals have been running hog wild in their neighborhood for the past six months and it’s all caught on video. "I grew up in the country so I know what wild pigs and boars look like and I was like those look like pigs to me and my husband kind of peeked out the window and was like yeah those are pigs," said Masanotti.
Nearly a month after residents started complaining, their trash talk is finally paying off. "Yes it was horrific, but this is what we do. We take care of it," said Shirley Durham with BMGA Properties. Shirley Durham inherited this mess at the Heights at Chamblee Apartment Homes in Dekalb County. It’s now her job to get it cleaned up. "This was in the making while we were sleeping and I was given a call by the owners to take care of it," said Durham.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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