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Aww attack of the drones. More things to constantly be aware of.

This method is far more humane than using K9 who would bite the suspect.

How does an administrative violation of a civil statute make someone into America’s most wanted? By being caught in the act of fishing!

another excuse to infringe on the freedoms of the citizen! after alot of thought they should be defunded to a point instead of these county wide personal para military regimes they are building!

I don’t know if this PFR was trying to hide or not, but if he was then the main lesson here is don’t be doing anything suspicious or hanging around people who are.

The best thing about this story is “The female did not cooperate when asked who else was in the area …”. No one should ever cooperate with law enforcement criminals or any other government employees, especially if they are doing Registry “work”. The guy should not have cooperated either.

If your on the run never hang out or camp at places where there’s Wildlife Fishing and Game officers, these guys are the worst and they actually have more power then regular police officers.
He would’ve been better off hiding in plain sight downtown somewhere or made a run for the border.

Last edited 2 months ago by AEROPOST