Alabama Fan Harvey Updyke, Who Poisoned Toomer’s Corner, Has Died
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
Harvey Updyke, the Alabama fan who became famous for poisoning trees at Auburns Toomer’s Corner in 2013, has passed away due to natural causes at 71-years-old. Updyke plead guilty and spent more than 70 days in jail. The court also ordered Updyke to pay $800,000 in restitution fees, but he reportedly only paid $6,900 before he passed. R.I.P. Harvey...
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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OOps - Updyke ordered to make monthly payments, will need 338 years to fully repay AU
Reply7 months
A great American.
Reply7 months
Bye Felicia.
Reply7 months
Hate to see it
Reply7 months
Whatever happened to the Alabama tea bagger? Any updates on him?
Reply7 months
Any truth to Harvey’s claim that Auburn students rolled Toomer’s Corner after Bear Bryant’s death?
Reply7 months
I wouldn't put it past them but hard to prove one way or the other at this point.
7 months
Is that his rationale for driving 30miles to poison 75yo oak trees because his team lost a football game?
7 months
I hope every day is arbor day for Harvey in the afterlife.
Reply7 months
Should use his remains as compost.
Reply7 months
Compost would probably be toxic, no thanks.
7 months
RIP Harvey. Rest in Power
Reply7 months
Sad day in Alabama. My Bama fan "friends" are distraught and inconsolable. No worries, one of you will no doubt step up to take his place. It's what you guys do.
Reply7 months
R.I.P. Harvey????? Good riddance. Dude was a pile of shite.
Reply7 months
Exactly. Wtf
7 months
He moved not to far from me in Livingston Parish I’ve never met him but my barber played poker with him and some other guys on Saturday nights. He said Harvey was nice and regretted his actions, said he lost family and friends over it... everyone makes mistakes
7 months
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