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Sterling man charged with illegally hunting coyotes from vehicle
By Thomas Geyer | Saturday, January 26, 2008

Illinois State Police and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources arrested a 51-year-old Sterling, Ill., man for illegally hunting coyotes as he was sitting in his vehicle, the Illinois State Police said. Myron Kramer had parked his vehicle in the area of Habben Road and Hazel Road in Whiteside County and was hunting coyotes from the vehicle, police said. Illinois State Police said officers observed the man about 9:50 a.m. Friday. Kramer is charged with hunting within 300 yards of a dwelling, having an uncased rifle in vehicle, uncased shotgun in vehicle, hunting from the highway, and hunting with use and aid of conveyance. His next appearance in Whiteside County Circuit Court is scheduled for March10.

Copyright 2008, The Quad-City Times, Davenport, IA

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