He served three years and six months in jail for illegal possession of firearms and explosive devices, now William Feldhoff is in the comfort of his own home.
The Barrie Examiner reports it wasn’t the explosives that drew police to the Virgilwood Crescent home, it was their son Donald Feldhoffs confession
to killing Michael Traynor.
Donald appears in court on Friday.
William served time for indignity to a body after he helped his son bury Traynor in a ditch north of Barrie.