Three family members of “Duck Dynasty” star Willie Robertson have received protection orders from a man accused of shooting homes in their Louisiana estate.
Daniel King Jr., 38, was sentenced to imprisonment for aggravated assault while driving after two houses were hit by gunfire on West Monroe property owned by Willie Robertson, a star of the reality show on duck hunting that ran from 2012 to 2017.
King has since been ordered to stay at least 1,000 feet (305 meters) from Willie Robertson’s son John Luke Robertson and John Luke’s wife and young child, News reported -Star. The order was to be executed until April 2022.
King has been charged with pointing a handgun from the window of a Ford F-250 and firing shots at homes, the newspaper reported, citing a warrant from the sheriff’s office. of the parish of Ouachita.
No one was injured but a bullet went through the window of the house where John Luke Robertson lives with his family, authorities said. Five people were inside the second affected house, the sheriff’s office said.
The king told deputies that he had fired the pistol while trying to see if security was in place, and also admitted to drinking vodka at the time, according to the documents. MPs said a minor was also in the truck.
King remained in detention this week on $ 150,000 bail, the News-Star said. It was unclear whether he had a lawyer who could comment on his behalf.
Willie Robertson is the CEO of Duck Commander, the multi-million dollar duck and lure that inspired the A&E trade show, which highlighted the small town in northern Louisiana. Despite controversy over comments by family patriarch Phil Robertson who equates homosexuals with sinners connected with hell, state officials hailed the show for its importance to tourism.