They were charged against the poacher who caught the rifle at the forester in Jánoshalma, the Bács-Kiskun County Police Headquarters said.
The case took place in September 2020: the forester started scouting on the outskirts of Jánoshalma with a guest hunter. They were walking in the woods when they unexpectedly encountered an armed stranger who, as a professional hunter, the forester knew immediately that he could be a poacher. The stranger loaded his muffler with a muffler into his barrel and grabbed it by the hunters. He threatened both of them, then urged them to go about their business, finally began to back away and then ran away. It was later revealed that he had thrown the gun in the woods while fleeing. Following the report, police began searching for the poacher, then identified him within a few days, arrested him at his apartment, and detained him after questioning the suspect. The Jánoshalmi suspect was first confiscated his clothes worn in the forest, and later a rifle thrown in the forest was found, which the expert found to be a firearm and suitable for extinguishing human life. The suspect, who is currently defending himself, is suspected by Kiskunhalas investigators of a crime of violence against a person performing public duties and a crime of misuse of a firearm, the police said in a statement.
Source: Népszava by nepszava.hu.
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