A Florida man accused of shooting down a law enforcement plane in July is charged with possession of a firearm and destroying planes as a convicted felon.
According to the Justice Department (DOJ), Wendell Doyle, 51, has been formally charged with confessing to firing a .22 caliber rifle from the sky from a Goni Lake County Sheriff’s Office aircraft.
Goni told lawmakers that the drones had “disturbed” him reported.
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On July 11, 2021, deputies from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office responded to the theft of a 10-acre house on Mount Dora, 30 miles northwest of Orlando. According to the publication, deputies deployed a drone to help with the open-air search, only to be destroyed by gunfire from a nearby camp.
After deputies clashed with Goney, he admitted that he had probably shot down a drone and said he was not legally allowed as a criminal with a firearm.
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Goney has been convicted of 29 previous crimes in the state.
If convicted, he could face up to 30 years in federal prison.
The Bureau of Alcohol and Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Inspector General’s Transportation Office, and the Lake County Sheriff’s Office investigated the case.