Colorado Town Votes on Measure to Shoot Down Drones

Colorado Town Votes on Measure to Shoot Down Drones

DEER TRAIL, Colo., Dec. 10 (UPI) —
Residents in Deer Trail, Colo., voted Tuesday on a measure to allow locals to shoot down federal drones flying within the town, officials said.

Resident Phillip Steel said he wrote the ordinance when he learned the Federal Aviation Administration “loosened regulations that would allow the flight of drones in domestic airspace.”

The ordinance puts a bounty on recovered drone parts, including $25 for the fuselage and $100 for a complete drone with U.S. government markings, CNN reported.


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