“The criminal ailment. Drug smugglers are using these,” Senator Ralph Shortey said. “You know, cattle thefts, cattle thieves are using these things to track the movements of cattle.”
That is why Sen. Shortey says he wrote a bill aimed at protecting your land and privacy. If it passes, you would be able to shoot down a drone on your property and not be held liable.
Under the law, you would still have to abide by city rules, meaning you could not shoot down a drone in a residential area, but you could take a bat to one.
“You have the ability to damage it, destroy it. Do whatever you need to if you don’t want it on your property,” Sen. Shortey said.