_A man’s camouflage clothing and beard apparently contributed to his shooting death in a weekend hunting accident, Tehama County Sheriff Clay Parker said Monday. Larry Gene Pendley, 54, of Vacaville was shot in the head Saturday morning with a 12-gauge shotgun on the opening day of turkey hunting season … by Stephen Henderson, 50, of Fremont …

… Pendley was on all fours and crawling through the brush. Henderson shot Pendley because he thought he was a turkey, also in part because of Pendley’s long beard, Parker said. “It was one of those split-second decisions,” Parker said._

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