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Man allegedly brandished gun at duck hunters, destroyed decoys
PLAQUEMINES PARISH - A man was arrested Sunday for allegedly harassing duck hunters on public property, according to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Department agents arrested Brendan Nolan, 32, after receiving a complaint from hunters on public land in Venice. The complaint came with a video showing Nolan maneuvering his boat into a duck decoy spread belonging to the hunters.
The department reports Nolan also shouted at the hunters and shot their decoys with a pistol.
Nolan was booked into the Plaquemines Parish Detention Center, according to the department. He faces charges of harassment of a person lawfully hunting, simple assault, criminal damage to property, and illegal discharge of a firearm.
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