GA: Hunting expedition ends in arrest
April 15, 2010
Hunting expedition ends in arrest
An Auburn man was arrested after he and his hunting partner wandered into
the wrong back yard.
A deputy was dispatched to an Old Hog Mountain Road residence after the
homeowner called and said he had two people at gunpoint. The homeowner said
he caught the two males prowling around his sheds in the backyard with dogs,
a rifle and flashlights.
After interviewing the two men, the deputy determined that the males had
been hunting. They were attempting to corral their dogs when the homeowner
One of the males, Christopher Michael Perry, 17, of 981 Old Hog Mountain
Road in Auburn, had three outstanding warrants for contributing to the
delinquency of minors.
Perry was subsequently placed under arrest. While searching Perry, the
deputy discovered a glass pipe and a plastic baggie containing less than an
ounce of marijuana in Perry's pocket.
The other male was released from the scene along with the rifle and the
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