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WV - Illegal hunting costs man $1250

December 20, 2006

Barbour County Man Pleads Guilty to Hunting Charges Posted

PHILIPPI -- A Barbour County man has pleaded guilty to a variety of illegal deer hunting charges.

State Division of Natural Resources conservation officers say 37-year-old Lawrence Gillis of Moatsville was hunting deer out of season.

The charges include two counts of illegal possession of deer meat, two counts of failure to check in deer, one count of hunting after legally killing a deer the same day, one count of illegal deer kill and one count of failure to field tag a deer. Gillis was arrested after officers caught him returning from a hunt on an all-terrain vehicle.

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