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2 Brothers Fined Over Alleged Hunting Violations

February 23, 2012

From K2Radio.com

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) Wyoming game officials say two brothers must pay more than $11,000 for alleged hunting violations.
Officials allege 21-year-old Lance C. Chase of Gillette and 25-year-old Christopher C. Chase of Bismarck, N.D., trespassed on a Converse County property where a dead buck was found in November.
They say Christopher Chase must pay fines of $5,500 and lose hunting privileges for five years for being an accessory to taking an antlered deer out of season or without a license, illegal transfer of a license and hunting in the wrong area.
Lance Chase faces $5,680 in fines and restitution plus lost hunting privileges for seven years for allegedly taking an antlered deer out of season or without a license, trespassing and being over the limit for deer for his license.

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