Hunting Accident File > VIOLATIONS > 2006

McNesby enters not guility plea in hunting case

Published - March, 8, 2006

The initial court date for Escambia County Sheriff Ron McNesby was a quick one.

McNesby, who was charged along with County Commissioner Mike Whitehead last year for hunting violations during a Wisconsin hunting trip, did not appear to enter his plea today in Richland County, Wis., court.

His attorney, James J. Robb, appeared on his behalf, stood silent and declined to have the charges read, said Richland County District Attorney Andrew Sharp. The judge automatically entered a plea of not guilty, a common sequence of events at an initial appearance, Sharp said. A pretrial conference is set for March 27.

Whitehead is scheduled to enter his plea April 12.

McNesby is charged with hunting deer without a license, hunting deer during the closed season and hunting deer over bait.

Whitehead is charged with hunting deer during the closed season and hunting deer over bait.

--From staff reports

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