Singer Luke Bryan's red stag illegally shot, authorities say


A Tennessee natural world legitimate says a nonnative crimson stag that was once shot and killed final week belonged to nation music singer Luke Bryan

December 10, 2019, 2: 17 PM

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An strange crimson stag owned by nation music singer Luke Bryan was once shot and killed on his internal most property outside of Nashville final week, Tennessee natural world officers confirmed.

Investigators think the deer was once shot from the side road, squawk Vegetation and fauna Resources Agency spokesman Barry Harmful told The Tennessean on Monday.

The natural world legitimate said Bryan’s farm supervisor reported the shooting, which investigators think took trouble between final Wednesday and final Friday. The Maury County Sheriff’s Office is offering a $5,000 reward for files ensuing in the arrest and conviction of the actual person guilty, in accordance with a bulletin posted toFbon Saturday.

Crimson stags are no longer native to the U.S. — they’re a species of deer equal to elk, and are on the total stumbled on in mountainous areas of Europe and Asia.

Representatives for Bryan may perchance maybe presumably well not straight be reached for comment by The Tennessean.

Bryan and his principal other Caroline abet feature Brett’s Barn on one of their properties, a petting zoo founded by the couple in reminiscence of their niece, who died as an small one. Youth can advance there and work alongside with horses, pigs and extra strange animals corresponding to kangaroos and an alpaca. Its unclear if the stag was once fervent with the zoo.

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