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ID: S. Idaho couple banned from hunting for life

S. Idaho couple banned from hunting for life
July 8, 2009

A judge has imposed a lifetime hunting ban for a south-central Idaho couple convicted of illegally killing deer and leaving behind the carcasses in November 2008.

Idaho Fish and Game officials say James Hollahan, a Burley man who pleaded guilty to taking big game with a firearm during muzzleloader season and waste of wildlife, has also been ordered to pay more than $1,700 in penalties and fines.

His wife, Jami, pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting in the wildlife crimes and was ordered to pay more than $1,300 in penalties and fines.

The allegations were reported by someone who called the state's poaching hot line.

Fish and Game statistics show fewer than 50 lifetime license suspensions have been imposed in Idaho history.

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