Friday, November 1, 2013

Man pleads not guilty to fatal unintentional shooting at egg farm

44-year-old Michael Warbin, of Franklin, Connecticut, entered a plea of not guilty to a manslaughter charge in connection to a fatal shooting at the Moark egg farm in Turner, Maine.

Warbin was working at the farm in August when he was shooting a .22-caliber rifle to kill rodents and stray chickens inside one of the farm's chicken barns that was being cleaned out.

Warbin unintentionally shot another worker, 57-year-old Manual Adame, in the chest and neck. Adame died of his injuries.

Warbin is currently free on bail and is not allowed to possess or use dangerous weapons.

1 comment:

Mr. 618 said...

The egg farm in Turner has been a wet spot on the toilet seat of life for years. It is famous for its filth, squalid conditions and an ungodly number of OSHA violations.

That place would be enough to turn Wile E. Coyote into a vegan.