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MT: JeffCo jailer pleads guilty to hunting violations

JeffCo jailer pleads guilty to hunting violations
Jan 13 2008 2:42PM
Associated Press
BOULDER, Mont. (AP) A part-time relief jailer for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department has pleaded guilty to 10 hunting violations.

Forty-two-year-old Timothy McKenrick, of Boulder, forfeited hunting, trapping and fishing privileges for 20 years. He was also ordered to pay $4,150 in fines and surcharges and $4,000 in restitution. He was given consecutive suspended jail sentences totaling five years.

McKenrick's 36-year-old wife, Jennifer, is a permanent, full-time dispatcher for the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.

She pleaded guilty to lending her hunting license to her husband.

She was fined $235 and forfeited hunting, trapping and fishing privileges for one year. She was also given a suspended six-month jail term.

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