I was just joking, but seriously you can't take a deer in that way legally, however at 3AM there's usually no fish and game personnel on the scene. I have known people to take the tenderloin and undamaged parts. I very nearly missed the one I hit, but it did signifigant damage to my headlights, hood and fender. Had I hit it squarely I could have been killed. Apparently it lived - at least for a little while because I couldn't find it and I did look carefully.
When I was a kid here in VA you were lucky to even see a white tailed deer, much less get to tag one out during hunting season. Conservation efforts and/or the natural cycle has now produced so many of them they are almost ready to declare them a nuisance species that would allow legal hunting for them year round.
They recently had a controlled hunt for them in Rock Creek Park and that is within the city limits of Washington, DC. Here are some details of that culling effort: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nati ... n/2133647/
Just a little local deer trivia for our morning here on the Roku forum and this thread seems like the perfect place for it.