Attorneys for Harvey Updyke file objection to $1M restitution request

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Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 12:47 pm

The attorneys representing Harvey Updyke, the former Texas state trooper who poisoned Toomer’s Oaks in Auburn, are in disagreement with the state on how their client should pay restitution.

In a response filed Wednesday in Elmore County, attorneys Andrew Stanley and Margaret Young Brown objected to the state’s motion that Updyke, who was released from jail on Monday after serving 76 days for poisoning the trees, pay approximately $1.042 million in restitution and requested that a hearing be scheduled on the matter.

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