Cushing Ex-Con Charged with Gun Possession and Hunting Offense
November 8, 2011
By Patti Weaver, 1600KUSH.com
Felon in possession of loaded black powder rifle
(Stillwater, Okla.) -- An ex-convict from Cushing was charged today
with being a felon in possession of a loaded black powder rifle, along
with hunting offenses investigated by the Oklahoma Department of
Brownie S. Holland, 65, was scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon
on a four-count charge including hunting with the aid of a vehicle,
shooting from a public roadway, and hunting without permission of a
landowner, all on Oct. 28.
Holland is alleged to have used a gray Dodge pickup to follow and
shoot a whitetail deer from the vehicle, to have discharged a firearm
while on a public roadway one-half mile west of Stiles and Grandstaff
Roads, and to have hunted on or about property without the landowner's
According to state Department of Corrections records, Holland served
a year in prison between April 1983 and April 1984 for grand larceny in
Kay County in 1980.
If convicted of possessing a firearm after a felony conviction,
Holland could be given a 10-year prison term.
If convicted of a misdemeanor count of hunting with the aid of a
motor driven vehicle, Holland could be incarcerated for an additional
If convicted of misdemeanor counts of shooting from a public roadway
and hunting without a landowner's permission, Holland could be given an
additional 60 days of incarceration.
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