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IN: Teen cited for hunting violations

November 4, 2012

From WANE.com

LAGRANGE CO., Ind. (WANE)  Indiana conservation officers are investigating a report of illegal deer hunting involving a 15-year-old boy.
According to the DNR, a concerned hunter reported that he saw another hunter shoot a deer with a gun and then drag it behind a home on County Road 1100 East.
A 15-year-old boy at the home admitted that he shot the deer with a muzzleloader, didn't fill out a temporary transportation tag, and also shot two antlerless deer during the special youth season and didn't deliver those deer to a state deer check station or check the deer in online within 48 hours of time of kill.

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