William Looper, of Bridgewater, complains of chickens in neighborhood


Looper says the birds make very loud screeching noises and leave droppings in his yard.

A Bridgewater man has joined the chorus of complaints that are echoing in other communities over birds that you'd normally find on a farm making their way into residential areas.

William Looper says over the last year, he's seen roosters and guinea hens roaming his neighborhood. He's taken videos and posted them online, and says his complaints have not been taken seriously, but he believes...

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