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PA - Game commission reports violations in Wayne County

Game commission reports violations in Wayne County

March 21, 2008

The Pennsylvania Game Commission reports the following violations:

An agreement has been reached for three people to will pay more than $6,000 in penalties and costs. “The group and several juveniles were coming to Pennsylvania without licenses, killing turkeys and large-racked bucks and transporting them over state lines, through New Jersey, back to their home state of New York,” he said.

A Philadelphia man was found guilty of unlawfully taking of a whitetail deer, and violating a safety zone. “The man stated he was several hundred yards away from the Lehigh Township house when he shot a deer,” he said. “However, witness testimony and physical evidence proved that he shot the deer 38 yards away from that house. He was ordered to pay $650 in fines for this incident.”

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