OSP investigating multiple deer that were shot with arrows

On April 27, Central Point Fish and Wildlife troopers were called to the Shady Cove area to investigate a live deer that had been shot with an arrow which was still stuck in the deer.
The troopers and ODFW responded in an effort to investigate and possibly tranquilize the deer to be able to remove the arrow.
Information was provided that the deer was able to feed and walk around, but troopers were unable to locate the deer.
A trooper responded later that evening and at that time found not one but two deer that had arrows protruding from them . . .

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