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NY: Two Rome brothers arrested while hunting

Two Rome brothers arrested while hunting

Dec 12, 2010

ROME, N.Y. (WKTV) - Two brothers from Rome were arrested while they were out hunting. The Oneida County Sheriff's office say they pulled over Jonathan Douglas, 26, of Rome, for trespassing on CSX Railroad property in the city of Rome.

Police found Douglas and his brother, Walter Douglas, 36, also of Rome, deer hunting. According to Sheriff's Deputies, Walter Douglas was hunting without a license and, based on a prior criminal conviction, shouldn't have been in possession of a gun. Sheriff's Deputies also say Jonathan Douglas had improperly tagged two deer.

The two brothers were additionally charged with possession of marijuana. Both brothers will appear in court at a later date.

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