In federal court in Philadelphia, David Manilla has pleaded guilty to possession of firearms by a convicted felon.
David Manilla, who admitted “recklessly” shooting and killing Barry Groh of Quakertown on the first day of hunting season last November, could spend up to 25 years in state prison.
A Montgomery County lawyer pleaded “no contest” to manslaughter charges Tuesday in connection with the shooting death of a hunter on his Bucks County property last fall.
Defendant David Manilla will now stand trial on charges that he shot and killed Barry Groh, 52, on November 29th on land that Manilla owned in Richland Township.
The wife of a suburban Philadelphia hunter killed in an apparent hunting accident has sued the lawyer accused of firing the fatal shot.
A Montgomery County lawyer charged with killing a man while hunting last month is being held in lieu of bail (10 percent of $2 million that must be posted in cash) and authorities suggest he tried to steer them off track in their investigation of the case.
Authorities in Bucks County say they know who fatally shot a hunter from Quakertown on the first day of deer season — and that the gunman may not have even seen the victim.
Investigators in Bucks County are said to be following several leads in the case of a hunter who was shot and killed on Monday.
Authorities in Bucks County are labeling the death of a deer hunter on Monday as a homicide.