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Old 11-30-2015, 02:18 PM   #1
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Dave is a forum member and a great guy. Hope they find the POS who stole his buck.


Hey guys need your help, this buck was stolen about 40 minutes ago from off of Dave Williams truck. He was at Carl's Meat processing in Robertsdale, Alabama. While he was inside placing his order some scum bag stole his buck from the back of his truck. Please Like and share this post to help Dave get his deer back.
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Old 11-30-2015, 02:21 PM   #2
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Well that is the low of the low
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Old 11-30-2015, 02:34 PM   #3
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It was probably a kid I knew maybe 20 years ago. He would actually brag about doing stuff like that. Apparently, he had no concept of right and wrong. I told him if he pulled that shit with me, I would blow both his knees off. He seemed shocked. "Over a deer?"

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That's unbelievable. Hope they find the SOB who did it!
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Old 11-30-2015, 02:43 PM   #5
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wow. that's the first I've heard of someone stealing a dead deer.
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I think he was punked by a buddy
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Old 11-30-2015, 02:57 PM   #7
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I think he was punked by a buddy
Yep, that is what happened. Crisis and manhunt called off.

Fine deer Dave, congrats!
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Now that is just too funny..^5 for the guy/s who pulled it off!
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Old 11-30-2015, 03:35 PM   #9
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This happened in my hometown in Wisconsin in November of 2014. A guy I used to be friends with cut the head off a trophy buck that was in the bed of a dude's truck. No idea how or why some people think the way that they do. He bragged about it to a bunch of people & DNR showed up at his house a week or so after the incident. He admitted it the the DNR officer like he was proud of it. After a couple trips to court, he ended up with like $2,400 in fines & wasn't able to purchase a fishing or hunting license for 12 months. In my opinion he should have never been able to hunt/fish again...
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this stuff happens more than most would think. Several years ago hunting in Red Creek WMA over here in MS my dad shot a doe with the muzzleloader(actual old flint lock muzzleloader with round ball back then not the new primitive weapons of today) and trailed it out to the road. Deer had tried to crossed the road literally within 40 yards of his truck but died in the ditch. Bein right there by the truck and he was only hunting about 200 yards from the road he went back to get his stand and while taking it off the tree heard and truck pull up, bang around, and drive off. Needless to say he knew what happened. Got out to the road and sure enough deer gone and see clearly where a truck pulled over by it. Stole his dern deer out of the ditch by his truck. Never did figure out who it was.
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