Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby skyhightree1 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:40 am

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Boy howdy farm nailed it. Bug up azz

how you did you figure that out ,cause I said I could get along with Sky, is that something bad cause I think we could run hounds together. As for the donuts I would not do that in his pasture, your pasture , my pasture, or any ones maybe that makes me bad . Don't know and can't say I really care


No because every single post by me and farm where a joke. I get along great with sky. We don't run dogs, but we do commicate outside this forum every few days. Usually pics of what we are doing that day.

Maybe your drunk idk.


Bryant I would love to run hounds with you :lol: Yea CMF and I do communicate and get along well we have differences in things but agree to disagree as men and keep it moving... FFS I never had much interaction with but seems to be a fine fellow maybe if I can win the lottery I can get CMF AND FFS to fence about 5000 acres I would buy. :D
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby callmefence » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:44 am

skyhightree1 wrote:
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BRYANT wrote:how you did you figure that out ,cause I said I could get along with Sky, is that something bad cause I think we could run hounds together. As for the donuts I would not do that in his pasture, your pasture , my pasture, or any ones maybe that makes me bad . Don't know and can't say I really care


No because every single post by me and farm where a joke. I get along great with sky. We don't run dogs, but we do commicate outside this forum every few days. Usually pics of what we are doing that day.

Maybe your drunk idk.


Bryant I would love to run hounds with you :lol: Yea CMF and I do communicate and get along well we have differences in things but agree to disagree as men and keep it moving... FFS I never had much interaction with but seems to be a fine fellow maybe if I can win the lottery I can get CMF AND FFS to fence about 5000 acres I would buy. :D


As long as you pen them dogs up and don't shoot farm for doing donut's. I'll be there.
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby skyhightree1 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:29 am

callmefence wrote:
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No because every single post by me and farm where a joke. I get along great with sky. We don't run dogs, but we do commicate outside this forum every few days. Usually pics of what we are doing that day.

Maybe your drunk idk.


Bryant I would love to run hounds with you :lol: Yea CMF and I do communicate and get along well we have differences in things but agree to disagree as men and keep it moving... FFS I never had much interaction with but seems to be a fine fellow maybe if I can win the lottery I can get CMF AND FFS to fence about 5000 acres I would buy. :D


As long as you pen them dogs up and don't shoot farm for doing donut's. I'll be there.


;-)
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby Son of Butch » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:43 am

BRYANT wrote:
Farm Fence Solutions wrote:If they were stealing or destroying something, it'd be one thing, but donuts?
Find me someone that didn't whip a doughnut or two when they were 18 and I'll show you a liar or
somebody with a bug in their azz.

He may have over reacted ???? I think that will depend on what part of the USA you are from.
I was raised in a home that taught if you do stupid things and tear up your auto it cost you hard earned money.
But more than that I was raised not to destroy other people property

NO DAMAGE was done, even so I was raised not to threaten other people's lives over property damage.

They may or may not have made a wrong turn. The road dead ended on a yard with only a couple of isolated hog barns. They whipped a couple 3, 4 doughnuts on the yard throwing a cloud of dust in the air doing no damage and left.

The nut case saw the dust cloud hopped in his truck chased them down on a main road.
The driver put down his window to talk to him. He reached into the vehicle pulling the keys from the ignition and
held them at gun point, creating a hostage situation. IF either the driver or passenger had TRUE GRIT they would have been justified in shooting him and claiming they feared for their life, even though unknown to them the goofball's gun was not loaded.

The trespassers were fined in accordance with the law. The goofball who created the hostage situation was arrested.
He should have taken the license number and called the sheriff BEFORE making a mountain out of a molehill.
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby BRYANT » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:07 pm

Son of Butch wrote:
BRYANT wrote:
Farm Fence Solutions wrote:If they were stealing or destroying something, it'd be one thing, but donuts?
Find me someone that didn't whip a doughnut or two when they were 18 and I'll show you a liar or
somebody with a bug in their azz.

He may have over reacted ???? I think that will depend on what part of the USA you are from.
I was raised in a home that taught if you do stupid things and tear up your auto it cost you hard earned money.
But more than that I was raised not to destroy other people property

NO DAMAGE was done, even so I was raised not to threaten other people's lives over property damage.

They may or may not have made a wrong turn. The road dead ended on a yard with only a couple of isolated hog barns. They whipped a couple 3, 4 doughnuts on the yard throwing a cloud of dust in the air doing no damage and left.

The nut case saw the dust cloud hopped in his truck chased them down on a main road.
The driver put down his window to talk to him. He reached into the vehicle pulling the keys from the ignition and
held them at gun point, creating a hostage situation. IF either the driver or passenger had TRUE GRIT they would have been justified in shooting him and claiming they feared for their life, even though unknown to them the goofball's gun was not loaded.

The trespassers were fined in accordance with the law. The goofball who created the hostage situation was arrested.
He should have taken the license number and called the sheriff BEFORE making a mountain out of a molehill.


Butch I AM NOT TAKING UP FOR THIS FARMER, I said different people from different places would look at this different. As for me being raised not to be in some ones place doing damage , or ripping up their grass or making ruts . and what ever else they were doing on property that they had no permission to be on ...... well I am proud of the way I was raised and make no excuses, also raised my son that way and grandson will be raised the same way. and I never got no call from some farmer that my son was on his property doing something stupid and wont be getting them about my grandson.
farmer man may have over reacted, I would not have did what he did, but they would not have had the run in with him if they had not been on property they had no permission to be on.
How would I have handled it I would stopped them and talked to them and they probably would have never been back. but after a warning if they came back and I caught them I would have pressed it the max.

I wonder if the law would have looked at it different if he had held them on his property and not chased them down the road ??
would that have been a citizens arrest?

I don't know just asking
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby Farm Fence Solutions » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:12 pm

He's not a farmer. He's a politician with a few pigs.
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby Turkeybird » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:46 am

Maybe those young fellas talked smack to him and that's the reason it went as far as it did. I've caught people young and old doing donuts in my hay field before and just gave em a good verbal scolding and it worked except for one time that got heated
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby HDRider » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:14 pm

Farm Fence Solutions wrote:
BRYANT wrote:
Farm Fence Solutions wrote:If they were stealing or destroying something, it'd be one thing, but donuts? Find me someone that didn't whip a donut or two when they were 18 and I'll show you a liar or somebody with a bug in their azz.

He may have over reacted ???? I think that will depend on what part of the USA you are from.
As for doing donuts well I am 53 yrs old and never did donuts and I'm not no liar either. I was raised in a home that taught if you do stupid things and tear up your auto it cost you hard earned money. But more than that I was raised not to destroy other people property and if I did it would not have been good for me. no mater the age


You are missing out on something that's a whole lot of fun. I can't say as I've ever torn anything up or destroyed anyone's property doing a donut. I highly recommend frozen bean stubble for your first attempt.

Maybe it don't get cold enough there, but a little speed on an icy parking lot with a quick hard turn is fun.
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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby Dogs and Cows » Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:15 am

Maybe, just maybe this wasn't the first time he has had this issue...just this day tore it for him? My son and a friend were held by a fella down the street for the same thing...of course not at gun point. The boys were probably 14 and on 4 wheelers. No real property damage. But the sheriff got there and took the boys. Only time my son was brought home by the police. Anyway, my son was more worried about me and my wife than the cops. The other parents were really pizzed at the land owner and boy there was some conflict for a few months. Funny thing...2 years ago, this fellas grandson was hotdogging around on a UTV and tore up a bunch of my fencing...never mentioned it to me...I repaired and took care of everything only to find out later what had happened. I now know what kinda fella I'm dealing with...

Pulling the gun was a bit of a overreaction...

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Re: Farmer charged with felonies for holding trespassers at gunpoint

Postby 5S Cattle » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:46 pm

True Grit Farms wrote:
Son of Butch wrote::lol2: Responsibility for doing a doughnut?


Don't you know that your supposed to chase kids down and stick a gun in their face for doing burnouts. I'd be a real pizzed off parent if that happened to my kid. My son got caught drag racing in town, we got everything taken care of and made him wash the police cars once a week for a month.
It doesn't matter where the kids were doing the doughnuts, you don't pull a gun on someone.

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