The Michigan Legislature has introduced bills to prohibit the use of drones to hunt animals.

The legislation was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Michigan State Senate. The use of an unmanned aerial vehicle to interfere with or harass hunters has been banned.

If the law is violated, penalty could bring possible jail time and hundreds or thousands of dollars in fines as well as a misdemeanor charge.

According to the Department of Natural Resources drones haven't been any issue when it comes to hunting. Lawmakers are trying to deal with the increase in drone technology.

The bill is heading to the Michigan House of Representatives.