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Grand Forks man convicted on hunting charges

May 17 2008 8:46AM
Associated Press
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Grand Forks, N.D. (AP) A Grand Forks man with a history of hunting violations has been convicted on more charges.

A jury in Traill County found Ian Noack guilty of three charges filed during the opening weekend of North Dakota's 2006 deer gun season.

Noack was convicted of driving under suspension, hunting under suspension and posting land he didn't rent or own. He is to be sentenced on June 25.

Court records show that Noack has a history of hunting violations, including failure to tag deer, illegally possessing big game, hunting near an occupied building and hunting without a valid license.

He also faces a jury trial July 31 on a January charge of unlawfully taking a big game animal.

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