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Thoughts on shooting coyotes in Federal Way | Letters

Photo of a coyote, courtesy of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. - Courtesy photo
Photo of a coyote, courtesy of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
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In the police blotter, there was a report of an officer dispatching a coyote on 320th Street.

Two things: number one, the main diet of coyotes is rats. Rats will prove to be a far greater problem than coyotes. Ask Bainbridge Island.

And number two, I really don't like the discharge of weapons in this neighborhood. We have enough trouble with the discharge of weapons, without unnecessary police discharges.

James Dofelmier, Federal Way

 

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