Bill Hanford, of Fairfield, claims he was wrongfully accused of threatening animals

Police say Hanford shot and killed a woodchuck

Police say Hanford shot and killed a woodchuck with a rifle, then threatened his tenant's cat and made statements that he may be suicidal. (June 26, 2014 8:14 PM)

A Fairfield man says he's being wrongfully charged after a disturbance at his home forced police to temporarily shut down part of Black Rock Turnpike.

Bill Hanford, 77, was arrested by police Wednesday. Police say Hanford shot and killed a woodchuck with a rifle, then threatened his tenant's cat and made statements that he may be suicidal.

Hanford appeared in court today. Hanford claims...

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