Drunken drone flying could soon be outlawed in Jersey

Drunken droning should be outlawed in Jersey, the state Senate declared Thursday.

The upper house voted to create rules for the use of drones, those popular unmanned aircraft devices that now outnumber piloted planes.

People caught using a drone while under the influence of drugs and alcohol drones could face up to six months in prison and a $1,000 fine, according to the bill.

Those who use drones to endanger any person or property, or to hunt wildlife would also face the same penalties.

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Sen. Paul Sarlo, D-Bergen, said the Federal Aviation …read more

Source: NJ.com Bergen

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