HUNTING GUIDES FALSELY ACCUSED MEXICAN BORDER-CROSSERS OF SHOOTING, GUIDES ACTUALLY SHOT EACH OTHER

1) Hunting guides Walker Daughetry (left) and Michael Bryant (right) falsely claimed that Mexicans crossing the U.S.-Mexican border had shot both of them and then ran off.

2) After an investigation, the police determined that the guides had shot each other in a case of “friendly fire”

3) After the shooting, a GoFundMe page was started for Daughetry’s medical bills. The page garnered over $20,000 in donations.[The Intellectualist]

Two hunting guides have been charged in connection to a shooting that took place at a Presidio County ranch in January.

According to Presidio County Sheriff Danny Dominguez, both Michael Bryant and Walker Daughetry were indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday for one charge each of using deadly conduct by discharging firearms in the direction of others, a 3rd Degree Felony.

Sheriff Dominguez tells CBS 7 that arrest warrants for both Bryant and Daughetry have been issued, though as of Wednesday afternoon they had not been taken into custody.

On Jan. 6th, a deputy with the Presidio County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting at the Circle Dug Ranch.

When he arrived on scene, he found Daughetry and their client Edwin Roberts with gunshot wounds.

Both Daughetry and his fiancee claimed to have seen illegal immigrants from Mexico on the property before, and believe the shooters came from across the border.

After the shooting, a GoFundMe page was started for Daughetry’s medical bills which garnered over $20,000.

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