SIOUX CITY A western Iowa man has been arrested and faces 13 hunting-related
The charges include hunting out of season and at night, hunting
within city limits and using a high-powered rifle.
Twenty-year-old Tyler John Ohl, of Bronson, was arrested Thursday
night by the Woodbury County Sheriff's officers after they confiscated
three deer heads, 38 raccoons, a turkey, a box of antlers and at
least eleven live snakes.
The investigation began at one o'clock in the morning on November
29th when an off-duty Sioux City police officer heard a shot fired
close to his home.
Three other men aged 17 and 18 also were cited in the case along
with a 21-year-old-man.
The men are all from the Bronson and Lawton areas, south of Sioux
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