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The property you’re hunting on could be booby-trapped.
That’s the lesson learned by a 73-year-old Pennsylvania hunter who was left red-faced after he tripped a paint bomb set on the property of a neighbor.
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Video of the incident captured on a game cam shows Ogin setting off the device and getting splattered with what turned out to be red paint. “And I also find out that this video is on the You Tube.
As reported on Ogin thought he had been shot with a gun at first. I don’t have a computer or anything like that, so I didn’t know anything about a video.” “I was 8 feet onto his land,” Ogin continued.
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Don’t think I will see him next year.” Contacted by email, Condoluci simply told “Talk to you in 6 months after the hold period.
The incident took place during the 2013 Pennsylvania deer opener and is back in the news after the state ruled the charges against the trespasser, Leroy Ogin of Luzerne County, would be stayed and most likely dropped later this summer. I walked back to the house — about a quarter-mile — my wife thought I was shot, too, because the paint was red.” Also from the story: Ogin said the landowner did not confront him that day or any day prior to inform him he could no longer use the logging road to access his hunting spot.