A man in New Jersey was arrested after using a shotgun to shoot down his neighbor's drone. The neighbor was using the drone to take photographs of a nearby home undergoing renovations.
Police arrested the man and charged him with "possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and criminal mischief." Lawyers are trying to determine how to proceed, because without direct precedent for people shooting down flying camera robots, the future of drone laws may hinge on one annoyed New Jersey man with a shotgun.
[It's a good time to re-read Larry Niven's 1972 short story, "Cloak of Anarchy" – Mark]