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Lawyer Heads To Court In Hunting Death Case

wnpv_police_beatA Montgomery County lawyer facing criminal charges in the death of a Bucks County hunter heads to court Monday, January 31, for a preliminary hearing. 49-year-old David Manilla, who has a law office on Valley Forge Road in Worcester, is charged with involuntary manslaughter and several gun and hunting law violations.  Court documents say he admitted shooting 52-year-old Barry Groh of Quakertown as Groh dragged a deer along the Tohickon Creek in Richland Township on opening day of the firearms deer season, the Monday after Thanksgiving.  The victim was on publicly-owned open space adjacent to a farm Manilla owned on California Road.  He died almost instantly when a slug from a high-powered rifle tore through his arm and into his heart.  An Affidavit of Probable Cause says Manilla did not try to help Groh after shooting him, he failed to call 911 immediately, and he tried to hide his 30-06 Remington pump-action Rifle.  Manilla told investigators he knew hunting with a rifle is illegal in Bucks County, where only bows, shotguns and muzzle-loaders are allowed because of the high population density, and he admitted he was not allowed to have any firearms because he was a convicted felon.
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WNPV AM 1440 Big sports weekend coming up! Start tonight with Downingtown East at Quakertown high school football at 6:30 PM. Tomorrow, we have Temple at Penn State starting at 10:30 AM (sorry, no "Premium Adjustment" this month! :(), followed by the final NASCAR Nationwide Series race, joined in progress. Sunday, it's the final NASCAR Sprint Cup race with the crowning of this year's Champion, starting at 2 PM. So stay tuned to 1440 AM all weekend ... or listen live online at www.wnpv1440.com.

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