Paradise Valley lawbooks might change after drone flyover [VIDEO]

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By Jill Monier | Fox 10

The Town of Paradise Valley is looking into regulations for drones after someone was recently charged by police for using his drone. The proposal could cost violators up to $2,500 in fines and/or six months in jail.

“It’s trumped up, to say the least,” said attorney David Appleton.

Appleton says his client, local private investigator Paul Huebl, was charged with careless or reckless aircraft operation after he flew a drone over a home in Paradise Valley last summer.

In the 80’s Huebl says he was acquitted of shooting and injuring a man, who lived at the home in the 80’s.

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