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MI - Guilty plea results in loss of hunting privileges for three years

Guilty plea results in loss of hunting privileges for three years

Bob Brenzing

Created: 5/7/2008 12:22:54 PM
Updated: 5/8/2008 9:04:50 AM

Muskegon - A seasonal park ranger accused of poaching deer at Muskegon State Park will not be able to hunt for three years after pleading guilty in court today.

Brian Tunk, 30, of Mears, pleaded guilty to taking wildlife out season. He also paid $1,000 in restitution and $300 in fines to go along with his three year loss of hunting privileges.

Two other men also from Mears, Alex Gossett, a full-time park ranger at Muskegon State Park and his father-in-law, Philip Gooch, have their pre-trial hearings on May 21st.  

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