Security cameras help hunter catch trespasser

Security cameras help hunter catch trespasser


KOCO LIVE IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA CITY WITH HOW HE FIRING BACK. WE ARE RURAL PART OF SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA CITY THIS IS HUNTER LAND YOU CAN SEE A SIGN RIGHT THERE CLEARLY LABELED SAYING PRIVATE PROPERTY. ABOUT DIDN’T FROM GOING TO OPPOSITE SIDE OF THIS LOCATION UP ABOUTING THROUGH LOCK AND TAKING WHAT WAS NOT HIS. 80 ACRES. THIS PRIVATE PROPERTY WITH ITS LOCKED # FENCE HAS BEEN UNDER HADDING JEFFERSONVILLE WARD AT RIVER BOTTOM PURSUIT. BUT ALSO BEEN PLACE FOR THEIVES. I CAME BACK OUT TO SHOOT MY CAMERAS. MY FIRST CAMERA IS GONE AND THEN YOU I LOST ANOTHER CAMP ARE ANOTHER FEEDER. ONE PEOPLE ACCORDING TO POLICE MT. THAW TROTTER INVESTIGATOR SAY HAS LONG RECORD OF DURING REESE AND CURRENTLY ON US SENTED SENT IT CAUGHT EYEING PROPERTY ON OWNER HIDDEN CAMERA. CHARGES YET TO BE FILED AGAINST TROUTER BUT EDWARDS THINKS KNOWS WHERE MISSING ITEMS HE ALSO WANT TO KNOW WHO THE DRIVER OF THIS WHITE PICK UP TRUCK IS. IT WAS ALSO CAUGHT ON HIDDEN SURVEILLANCE CAMERA. THIS HUNTER SAYS HE BEEFING UP PROPERTY SURVEILLANCE. SAYS THE NEXT MEAN COMES ON HIS LAND HAS BEEN WARNED. I LOVE GET SOMEONE OUT HERE. NOW AFTER ONE? THOSE BURGLARIES EDWARDS SAYS THAT ONE OF PEOPLE YOU A DISCITY REPLACE THAT LOCKED MAKE SEEM LIKE NO ONE WAS THERE. YOU CAN SEE IT WAS THIS CHIEF BLOCK ANY INFORMATION, ON THIS CRIME OR IDENTIFY THAT WHITE

21 Replies to “Security cameras help hunter catch trespasser”

  1. Last night at 1am I heard dogs in the woods just behind the house in our 20 acres of woods.  It went on til past 8 in the morning and I heard dog whistles too.  I called the hunting wardens office 3 times and they refuse to help and I called the fulton county sheriff twice and they refuse to help.  In all what they said last night was I needed to catch the dogs and read their collars for names or shoot them. A world without law is what gepp Arkansas and fulton county Arkansas is.Having been threatened twice by the hunters to better not kill the dogs or else I don't know what to do.  If I buy a gun and protect my land I am not sure what will happen to myself or my 84 year old mom .  The two of us live here on our 40 acre farm.

  2. Hey ! I'm 74 and have a lot of time on my hands, (  and I don't mean a dozen watches in my palm), I bet I can catch them and get spectacular footage with my Professional cameras hands down, I use extreme telephoto lenses, night vision , motion detectors, and give you some great photos,, Thus I don't have to be right on top of them,  But still can be close,  like Stealth, sniper, ghosting tactics.  Then to have more fun, I can always set " "Grizzly " traps, hahha, Its that blood curdling scream and loud scream that lets you know you got them,  My Trail Cameras I use are very hidden, only the lens and sensors are partially exposed,   I take this very serious, this guy-group has to be stopped, he is danger , I'll have to cash in on my social security check to get there, buy a few Camo things that look like the area + use some of the growing things there,  AND ! sit ,  sit,  sit, Then once caught , Pictures do not lie,  and "HE" they will never know they are on film-video, vehicles too,  I wont go into a lot of detail, but ! I do use a lot of professional remote control shutter releases. with no shutter Click noise, Lets get your stolen trail cams back,         be well, be safe,  J R [email protected]@gmail.com

  3. Shoot them. They are on your land. If it's posted get some rock salt loads for your shotgun and let em fly when u see them. I had a hunter I threw off my land twice. the third time he made the mistake of leaving his keys in the driver's door. I removed the keys and threw them as far as I could. then waited for him. he won't do that ever again.

  4. last time I called S.O. they said it would be 2-3 hours . well the people are shooting towards my house. Have they hit it ? After that I said they will be waiting for you. The offer still stands. No second chance.

  5. He should use trail cam security box and cable lock…along with with a Moultrie 150i or 180i (set on standard non pano). That will give 150-180 degree camera angle and make it a little more challenging to steal. I would mount a cheap, even broken trail camera near by…easily seen for a decoy.

  6. Not he brightest bulb. If people are DRIVING onto his property all he was to do is camo some stop strips and it will disable the vehicles. DERP!

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