FL: Bratt Man Gets 3 Years In Prison On Hunting, Weapons Charges
October 22, 2012
Stanley Haynie, age 52 of York Road, was sentenced to a three
year minimum mandatory in prison for possession of a weapon or
ammunition by a convicted felon and time served for three counts of
taking or possessing deer with a gun during archery season and one
count of over bag limit of deer.
Witnesses told officers
that the Haynie brothers had gone hunting and several shots were
heard. When questioned, the two brothers admitted to shooting three
deer — a doe and two yearlings — with a firearm, according to the
Stanley Haynie was a registered sex offender previously
convicted of lewd and lascivious exhibition and conduct with a
victim under 16, according to the Florida Department of Law
Marvin Haynie was convicted in December 2011 of
five counts of failure to comply with FWC rules and sentenced to 10
days in the county jail.
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