A dispute over a nine-point buck in Wisconsin was recently settled with a coin flip. Wisconsin's deer season had just gotten underway when D.J. Jorgenson says his 11-year-old son, Kameron, wounded the buck in the town of Oneida. They tracked the buck to a neighbor's property and that's when the neighbor, Randy Heyrman, shot twice from his stand to finish off the buck. And here's where the coin comes in...

With the deer dead and the hunters deadlocked over who could keep it, they flipped a coin. Kameron (the 11-year-old) called tails. It came up heads and the neighbor claimed the buck. Unfortunately, all little Kameron got was a photo. The local TV station (Fox 11) ran a story about the dispute/coin flip. You can check it out by clicking here.