By Will Greenlee (Contact)
Updated 09:42 a.m., May 6, 2009
ST. LUCIE COUNTY — A 66-year-old man faces a felony armed trespassing charge after telling sheriff's investigators he was hunting a hog to celebrate his son's release from the county jail, according to an arrest affidavit released Wednesday.
Deputies were called Tuesday to the area of Glades Cut-Off and Rangeline roads after someone reportedly spotted two men walking toward a pasture. One of the men reportedly had a rifle.
A deputy saw two men walking in a grove at the intersection, but the men went between some trees after seeing his vehicle.
About 10 mintues later, a sergeant saw a man with a rifle. The sergeant grabbed his assault rifle and ordered the man to drop his weapon.
The man, identified as Guillermo Cabello, 66, told investigators he was hunting a hog to celebrate his son's release from jail.
Cabello, of the 900 block of Ohio Avenue in Fort Pierce, said he had permission to be in the grove to hunt, but the property owner and a representative for the property manager reportedly said no one was given permission to hunt there.
Cabello said two other men _ one with a rifle _ were in the groves with him, but sheriff's investigators didn't find them.
Cabello was arrested on a felony armed trespassing
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