Anchorage Farm Neighbors Shocked About Harrington

By: Bianca Spinosa Email
By: Bianca Spinosa Email

January 27, 2010

Many living near Anchorage Farm are shocked after learning that Morgan Harrington's body was found so close to their homes.

Mike Wolfe, who lives across the street from Anchorage Farm, said many people have hunted in the area, usually driving tractors to get around.

He also said he was robbed not too long ago, and the burglars have not been caught.

Power tools were stolen, and he said since then, he's installed a security camera outside his home and a sensor along his driveway.

"A couple years ago, we were broken into, and I put a security system in to prevent that," Wolfe said.

Wolfe says it's common for people to go hunting on the Anchorage Farm property, and police say many people park along the back of the property.

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