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Sport Todd Frazier is furious about the turkeys invading his town

03:30  10 november  2019
03:30  10 november  2019 Source:   nydailynews.com

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  Ex-Cutlerville fire chief accused of embezzlement GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — A former administrator at the Cutlerville Fire Department is facing charges for allegedly embezzling from the department. Authorities say the embezzlement happened during a renovation project at the department that started in 2016. Todd Szakacs, who was the fire administrator until December 2018, was involved with purchasing supplies related to the project. In 2016, Authorities say the embezzlement happened during a renovation project at the department that started in 2016. Todd Szakacs, who was the fire administrator until December 2018, was involved with purchasing supplies related to the project.

Todd Frazier is tired of being terrorized by the Toms River turkeys . “I have seen the reports about wild turkeys in Toms River. They are a big problem The free-agent slugger wants local wildlife officials to play ball, saying it’s “ridiculous” that they can’t move the wild birds. Frazier called out New Jersey Gov.

Todd Frazier is talking turkey and he wants Gov. Phil Murphy to listen. The former Yankees and Mets third Frazier tweeted. He called them “a big problem here.” He said the town said it “can’t move them.” I have seen the reports about wild turkeys 🦃 in Toms River. They are a big problem here I

Free agent MLB infielder and Toms River, New Jersey resident Todd Frazier is demanding that the governor of New Jersey take action against turkeys. Local news has been reporting all week that dozens of wild turkeys are roving through the Ocean County town. Some residents are terrified of the birds, while others have called them harmless.

a man wearing a baseball uniform© Mary Altaffer

“They are a big problem here,” Frazier said Saturday afternoon. “They have come close to harming my family and friends, ruined my cars, trashed my yard...”

Frazier joins senior-living residents in condemning the turkeys. “My mailman, if he was here, he said they’re worse than dogs,” Cindy Lijoi told the local CBS station. “They just like to look at you to say yeah, like they don’t care,” another resident said. “People think it’s a laughing matter, it’s a serious matter...Sometimes they’re scarier than a scary dog.”

New Jersey homeowners say aggressive turkeys are terrorizing community

  New Jersey homeowners say aggressive turkeys are terrorizing community A large flock of aggressive wild turkeys appears to be exacting some Thanksgiving revenge, having swooped down out of nowhere on a once-tranquil New Jersey 55-and-over community that is now being terrorized by the unwelcome invaders. © Provided by Local News RSS EN-US Three wild turkeysSee Also: No one appears to be happy that the mean birds — as many as 60 of them — have muscled in on Holiday City in Toms River and become a gobbling nuisance, according to reports. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

Todd Frazier , center, was introduced by Sandy Alderson, left, and Jeff Wilpon at a news conference held at Citi Field on Wednesday.Credit Kathy Willens/Associated Press. Chatty and energetic by nature, Frazier asked his agent, Brodie Van Wagenen of Creative Artists Agency, for frequent updates.

But Todd Frazier is not satisfied with merely being remembered as the "No-Handed Home Run Guy." Todd Frazier is not just an average baseball player who once did an absurd thing on the field. Recalling his Heimlich training from high school, Frazier sprung into action and quickly expelled the

Toms River animal control head Richard Barbosa says he can’t and won’t do anything about it. “These fall under nuisance wildlife and we are not allowed to trap wildlife,” Barbosa said. “We’re not allowed to relocate wildlife.”

This is really what set Frazier off. Frazier, who played for the Yankees briefly in 2017 and for the Mets the last two years, said “Animal control needs to setp up and move these animals ASAP,” tagging the governor of New Jersey in a tweet.

Not everyone is so concerned about the turkeys. One local told ABC that “We had one, my car had chrome on the front, he stood there for an hour looking at himself in the reflection, pecking at it and making love to it. So they’re not the brightest birds in the flock.”

Todd hangs on at Mayakoba for second straight Tour victory .
Brendon Todd did just enough for his second win in as many starts during a Monday conclusion at the Mayakoba Golf Classic.Todd shared the lead with Vaughn Taylor when play was suspended because of darkness on Sunday, a day during which the leaders played 32 holes after heavy rains pushed the tournament start to Friday. Todd promptly broke that tie with a 20-foot birdie putt on No. 15 when play resumed, then held on for a one-shot victory at 20 under par over Taylor, Carlos Ortiz and Adam Long.

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