Dacre Man Fined For Having a Loaded Firearm and Open Beer in Vehicle
A Dacre man has been fined $1,200 for hunting offences under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act.
Robert Pettigrew pleaded guilty and was fined $600 for possessing a firearm at night and $600 for having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle. Pettigrew was also fined $250 under the Liquor Licence Act for having open liquor.
Court heard that on November 11, 2017, Pettigrew was stopped ninety minutes after legal hunting time by a conservation officer on Watson Road in the Dacre area. He was found to have a loaded, unencased rifle and open beer in the vehicle with him. Pettigrew fled the scene on foot and was located a short time later with the assistance of the OPP.
These men ought to be more cautious doing their job. That being said, let's just say that the security measures seem to be rather inadequate. DISTURBING CONTENT
This is what we call instant karma!
This man can't believe he's actually 98 years old. His reaction is priceless! Warning: he drops a few F bombs in there!