Complaints continue as neighbors speak out at town hall about firing range

The Village of Baltimore held a town hall Monday night as complaints continue about a police firing range (WSYX/WTTE)

Emotions ran high in the Village of Baltimore Monday night as a town hall was held to discuss the police firing range.

People who live near the range say the loud noise is too close to homes, and some are scared for their kids to be outside because of stray bullets.

One neighbor who's upset operates a horse therapy program.

Neighbors also brought up how a group of Girl Scouts from Dublin had to cancel an event over the weekend because the shots were so loud and scared them.

Police say the bullets come from a private range nearby, not theirs. They also say there was an error on the schedule for Easter weekend saying no training was planned, leading neighbors to believe there wouldn't be any shooting for their egg hunts and Easter activities.