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Wisconsin man sentenced for hunting violations

The Associated Press - December 30, 2006 LANGDON, N.D.

A Wisconsin man has been barred from hunting, fishing and trapping for two years as part of his sentence for hunting violations in Cavalier County.

Tracy Sommer, of Cedarburg, Wis., was convicted by a jury last fall on three misdemeanor counts of outfitting without a license in September 2005. He was sentenced this week.

Along with the hunting restrictions, Sommer was given a suspended 60-day jail sentence and ordered to repay $2,385 to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. He also was ordered to pay about $1,825 in fines and fees.

He faces a Feb. 7 trial on similar charges in Walsh County.

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