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It was around sunset on Easter Sunday, April 16, when Brad Jones took his DJI Inspire 2 out for a flight in front of his home. Jones hoped, as he does on most nights, to capture some of the forested and hilly scenery in the environs of his hometown, Oliver Springs, Tennessee-about 30 miles west of Knoxville. “I flew down over my aunt’s house, and I heard a gunshot within the first three to four minutes of flight,” Jones told Ars. “So I sped up and flew back towards my house.” After a few more minutes, he flew back westward. He had just switched the drone’s camera mode from video to taking still photos in RAW format. “I took two pictures, then I heard the gunshot, and all of a sudden my drone
RENO, Nev. - A multiyear investigation into the illegal killing of a Nevada elk led to one of the stiffest wildlife crime sentences in recent memory, according to state wildlife officials. District Court Judge Gary Fairman on Friday sentenced Zackry Holdaway, 26, of Cedar City, Utah, to pay more than $20,000 in penalties and a suspended sentence of 32 months in state prison for felony killing and waste of a bull elk near Pioche. In January, Holdway pleaded no contest to unlawful killing and possession of the elk. The charge stemmed from an investigation that began in September 2015 when Nevada Department of Wildlife Game Warden John Anderson found the headless carcass. “By the time I found the