An July 2011 photo provided by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency shows a 10-inch spike that was placed in a secondary road at Catoosa Wildlife Management Area in East Tennessee. The Catoosa ... more 
An July 2011 photo provided by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency shows a 10-inch spike that was placed in a secondary road at Catoosa Wildlife Management Area in East Tennessee. The Catoosa Wildlife Management Area is closing to the public on Monday, Aug. 1, 2011 after officials determined that the sabotage of roads and trails there has made it unsafe. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Program Manager Kirk Miles said wildlife officials have found nails, spikes and nail-boards at Catoosa since late June. Victims include a father travelling with his three children whose vehicleís tires were flattened. (AP Photo/Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency
Tue, Aug 2, 2011 3:18 PM EDT