By Phil Bourjaily
Arcangelo "Angelo" Bianco, Jr. paid a total of $1,080 in fines, received six months probation, and performed 20 hours of community service for violations committed last year on opening day of Pennsylvania's buck season.
According to The Tribune-Review, Bianco was in the parking lot of the Indiana, Pa., Wal-Mart on the afternoon Nov. 26, 2012, when he spotted a deer, drove his pickup at high speed in reverse to get close to it, opened fire with a handgun and continued shooting at the deer as it crossed a highway and fell in a residential backyard. Bianco then loaded the deer into his pickup and drove away. There were eyewitnesses in the crowded parking lot and security cameras also captured footage of the incident.