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MI: Police Seek Suspect For Putnam Township Hunting Violation

December 7, 2009

Police Seek Suspect For Putnam Township Hunting Violation

One man is in custody and another being sought for hunting violations Sunday in Putnam Township.

The Livingston County Sheriff's Department reports that it responded to a hunting complaint at about 8:15 Sunday morning to Dexter Pinckney Road near Sarah Drive.

Two violators were located by the deputy, one of whom was taken into custody. The other ran into a nearby residence. After obtaining a search warrant, the deputy entered the home, but was unable to locate the suspect, although he was able to identify him.

The other subject was taken to the Livingston County Jail and lodged on conservation violations, while charges will be sought against the suspect who remains at large. The sheriff's department was assisted by the DNR, State Police and Pinckney Police.

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