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  1. Like Lavender suggested one shot could have taken both out of they were standing next to each other. That's about the only unintentional scenario I can think of. If they were both shot separately with two shots I'm thinking intentional under the guise of hunting deer.
  2. Pennsylvania has a drug take back program. Online, it looks like dubois city and Sandy two police stations have a take back box. Probably state police does too.
  3. I was eating lunch one time in high school and a kid that didn't like me shoved my head down in my food. I got two good shots in until a teacher separated us. We each got three days suspension. No big deal. No problems after either. More important, I would bet this will be the end of the bullying. They will move onto an easier target.
  4. So we are going to go with the defense of a person hunting with one bullet. Then he forgot to bring a knife to gut a deer. Then they decide to make a video of the beating on how to humanely kill a deer. Then they post the video to social media laughing about the beating. In my opinion, the one bullet excuse is the lie of little boys not owning up to the responsibility of what they did after they got caught. Now their scared. Time will tell. We will see how many laws apply.
  5. Title 18 crimes code in Pa which a game warden can enforce. We will have to wait and see if they believe this law applies. It's not finishing off a deer. It's how they finished off a deer. 5533. Cruelty to animal (a) Offense defined.--A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly or recklessly illtreats, overloads, beats, abandons or abuses an animal. (b) Grading.-- (1) Except as set forth in paragraph (2), a violation of this section is a summary offense. (2) If the violation causes bodily injury to the animal or places the animal at imminent risk of serious bodily injury, a violation of this section is a misdemeanor of the second degree. Credits 2017, June 28, P.L. 215, No. 10, § 4, effective in 60 days [Aug. 28, 2017]. § 5534. Aggravated cruelty to animal (a) Offense defined.--A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly does any of the following: (1) Tortures an animal. (2) Violates section 5532 (relating to neglect of animal) or 5533 (relating to cruelty to animal) causing serious bodily injury to the animal or the death of the animal. (b) Grading.--A violation of this section is a felony of the third degree.
  6. Cruelty to animal: A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly or recklessly illtreats, overloads, beats, tortures, abandons or abuses an animal. Sounds like they can be charged with animal cruelty for starters. Doesn't matter if animal is wild. I'm sure any hunting violations can be added on too. Their history will be taken into account if guilty, like it is for everybody else.
  7. If only police had the ability to arrest people for future crimes before they are committed, this world world be a better place.
  8. Cell phones can give general area using triangulation with cell towers. Need a search warrant to get into from the phone first. I'm sure cops are on top of that.
  9. Should kids have to be in a car seat by law or should that be the choice of the parents ?
  10. The DA is the highest ranking law enforcement officer in the county they are elected in. The DA works with police who bring the cases but the DA decides who gets arrested with the exception of low level crimes.
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