Deer hunters charged with baiting and other violations
January 30, 2012
Five men were charged in the area for hunting violations by state
Department of Environmental Conservation police.
Matthew P. Briggs, 37, of Arkport, Steuben County, charged with
possession of a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and hunter
trespass on Jan. 7 in the Town of Steuben. He appeared in Town Court
Jan. 7 and was ordered to pay a $325 fine, plus $77.50 surcharge.
Nathan H. Brewster, 31, of Dansville, Livingston County,
charged with hunter trespass on Jan. 7 in the Town of Steuben. He
appeared in Town Court Jan. 7 and was ordered to pay a $125 fine,
plus $75 surcharge.
Michael Mirarchi, 49, of Clinton,
charged with failure to report take as required on Nov. 17 in the
Town of New Hartford. He appeared in Town Court Jan. 6 and was
ordered to pay a $25 fine.
Jerome R. Charbonneau, 52, of
Forestport, charged with placing salt sticks on land inhabited by
deer and unlawful feeding of whitetail deer on Oct. 29 in the Town
of Forestport. He appeared in Town Court Dec. 29 and was ordered to
pay a $150 fine, plus $150 surcharge.
Eric W. Sands, 29, of
Cleveland, charged with taking big game with artificial light on
Oct. 30 in the Town of Vienna. He appeared in Town Court Nov. 22 and
was ordered to pay a $500 fine.
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