WESTMINSTER, Md. (AP) — A Westminster man has been charged with assault for firing a shotgun near his neighbor’s goats.

Floyd Boyer, 52, was also charged Monday with reckless endangerment in the June 15 incident. He was released on $10,000 bail.

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The Carroll County Times, citing court documents, reports that two goats owned by Boyer’s neighbor wandered onto his property and began to eat from his vegetable garden.

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The documents say Boyer fired a shotgun into the air and yelled at the neighbor. The neighbor went to retrieve the goats when Boyer allegedly fired a second shot.

Neither the neighbor nor the goats were hit.

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