Two Men Arrested For Shooting At Deer Decoy Near Eagletown
McCURTAIN COUNTY, Oklahoma - Oklahoma game wardens arrested two men accused of shooting at a deer decoy near Eagletown over the weekend.
The wardens say within 15 minutes of setting up the decoy they saw two men pull up in a Dodge pickup and fire a shot at it.
When they approached the pickup, it sped off, stopping about a mile away. The wardens arrested the two men and found a rifle in the truck.
The rangers said the men told them they were riding around "looking for a big one and we found him."
The game wardens say both men are convicted felons who are under drug court supervision. The wardens booked them into the McCurtain County jail on complaints including felon in possession of a firearm, eluding and poaching complaints.