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Friday, October 15, 2021

Your Friday Evening Florida Report

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. - A Florida man accused of shooting down a law enforcement drone in July was indicted Wednesday on charges of possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and destruction of aircraft.

Wendell Doyle Goney, 51, was formally charged after he allegedly admitted to shooting a Lake County Sheriff’s Office drone out of the sky with a .22 caliber rifle, according to a news release from the Department of Justice (DOJ).

Goney told deputies that drones had been "harassing" him, the release stated. 

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Twenty nine previous felony convictions.....

4 comments:

  1. not sure that a 22 rifle wouldve been my selection for drone downing...hats off to wendell

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  2. 22 felonies? In most states, that is life in the big house.

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  3. Wait! I thought 'gun control laws' worked? How, oh how could a convicted felon GET a GUN?!?!?!?
    Someone needs to ask Joe or Jen P-Sock-Eye how this is possible!!

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  4. -ONLY- 29? Well, clicked on the link...Lake County OF COURSE... if'n it was POLK county under Grady Judd, well, that shytte would've ended FAR dif'rent... Jes' Sayin'

    Hope your holding up WC... let me know how yer doing thru an email pls... I'm in allllllll sorts of shytte IF you've seen my latest poasts/shytte... could use an a shoulder to bitch on LOL

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