PRINCETON: Reasons still unclear on animal control officer's suspension (Updated)
Councilwoman says it's not related to deer cull summons
Princeton officials on Monday dismissed summonses against a local man charged with feeding deer to disrupt the annual deer cull and then abruptly suspended municipal animal control officer Mark Johnson.
Officials released no details about the reasons behind the suspension or will say if the matters were related. As an added wrinkle, Councilwoman Jo S. Butler got involved by contacting Mr. Johnson and the head of the police department about a case involving an acquaintance’s husband.
Mr. Johnson issued Edward Linky two summonses for feeding deer and interfering with an authorized bait station on Feb.8, according to copies of the complaints. The alleged incident occurred around 11 a.m. on Littlebrook Road, the same street Mr. Linky, 69, resides on, those records showed.
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