McFall Resident Set for Jury Trial Next Week
Clinton Jay Hardin. Photo by Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail.

ALBANY, MO – A McFall man is set for jury trial beginning next Tuesday in Gentry County on charges stemming from an incident in mid-November 2021.

Thirty-year old Clinton Jay Hardin faces a possible 19 years incarceration if convicted on charges of unlawful use of a weapon, resisting arrest and multiple conservation violations.

According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, those charges stem from an incident when agents with the Missouri Department of Conservation were attempting to make contact with another individual in a road hunting investigation. It is alleged that Hardin was at the residence when the agents arrived. The investigating officer indicates Hardin was in possession of a firearm and refused to comply with their commands. It is reported he continued to be combative after being placed under arrest.

Hardin was released after posting bond in December.

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