The Harlan Tribune
REGIONAL -- Three of the six Shelby County hunters who were cited with
hunting violations in Cass County earlier this month face additional
hunting charges in Adair County.
Bradley E. Wendt, Harlan, was cited in Adair County with shooting
from the roadway and failure to display license plates. Dustin A. Hansen
and Ross L. Burchett, both of Harlan, were charged with shooting from
the roadway. The citations are misdemeanors, carrying a maximum fine of
$100, or 30 days in jail.
The three were part of a group of six charged in Cass County as well,
in an incident investigated by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources
and Iowa State Patrol.
According to Daniel L. Feistner, Cass County Attorney, the
individuals were charged after an alleged incident November 24. Among
the others charged were Daniel J. Grabill, Harlan, cited with
trespassing and pursuing deer with a motor vehicle; Aaron D. Holtz,
Harlan, two trespassing counts and pursuing deer with a motor vehicle;
and Kent A. Gries, Elk Horn, two counts of trespassing and pursuing deer
with a motor vehicle.
Wendt and Holtz are officers with the Harlan Police Department. Gries
is an officer currently employed by the Coon Rapids Police Department.
Appearance dates were scheduled for all individuals cited.
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