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February 22. 2013 1:39PM

Couple target shooting on Valentine's Day face felonies over stray rounds in Merrimack


Nicholas Morrow, 26, and Anna Chaput, 21, both of 18 Roosevelt Ave., Apt. 11, turned themselves into police on Wednesday. 

MERRIMACK - A Hudson couple out target shooting on Valentine's Day are facing reckless conduct charges after bullets they fired came close to a survey crew and officers responding to a report of shots being fired, police said.

Nicholas Morrow, 26, and Anna Chaput, 21, both of 18 Roosevelt Ave., Apt. 11, turned themselves into police on Wednesday after investigators obtained warrants for their arrest on felony reckless conduct charges.

The shooting happened about 1:50 p.m. on Mast Road. Police said a survey crew was working in the area when they heard a bullet go by them, prompting them to call police. Officers heard shots when they arrived on the scene and then heard two bullets whiz by them.

Officers located Morrow and Chaput, who were target shooting with a .22 caliber rifle. Police said they were not shooting in a safe manner and did not have a proper backdrop.




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