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MN - Mpls. man found guilty of illegally hunting in MN & MT

Posted at: 05/15/2008 07:43:18 AM
By: Nicole Muehlhausen, Web Producer

Mpls. man found guilty of illegally hunting in Minn., Mont.

A Minneapolis man pled guilty this week to two counts of killing mule deer bucks in Montana without a license.

Steven Range, 59, has been under investigation for several years.

In 2005, Range was cited for three counts of making false statements to obtain a Montana residential hunting licenses. He was found guilty and lost his privileges to hunt, fish and trap for 18-months in Montana and 24 other states, including Minnesota.

Further investigation found that Range, other members of his family, and friends had been hunting on a ranch in Powder River County Montana since the 1960s.

For the recent offence, Range will pay a $1,070 fine and his hunting and fishing privileges will be revoked for two years in Montana and Minnesota..  

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