Aggressive turkeys spotted in New Jersey community

Aggressive turkeys spotted in New Jersey community

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According to a report from 12 News in New Jersey, an aggressive group of turkeys have been causing problems around one community by breaking windows and trying to bite people. 

"I can't get out of my door," said one resident of a 55-and-up community that has been 'terrorized' by the birds. "Sometimes I can't get out of my car. They go to attack you."

The group is all male and the turkeys weigh between 16 and 24 pounds. Overall, the gaggle is between 40 and 60 birds. 

The problem has been magnified because there is not a lot officials can do about the animals. Animal control officers in Toms River are not licensed to trap wildlife. 

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