IL: Hunting violations addressed in recent court dispositions
January 25, 2013
A Poplar Bluff, Mo., resident was cited for three violations:
falsification of residency to obtain a resident archery deer permit,
falsification of residency to obtain a resident hunting license and
unlawful hunting of white-tailed deer without the consent of
the landowner. Sentenced to disposition included 18 months of
conditional discharge and a fine for each case.
Girardeau resident was cited for unlawful possession of a
white-tailed deer. Sentenced to 12 months of conditional
discharge, a fine, and forfeit of a gun and a 5-point deer rack to
Illinois conservation police.
Two Villa Park residents also
were cited for hunting violations. One was cited for
possession of deer in violation of administrative rule. One was
cited for unlawful transfer of a deer permit. Both were
sentenced to 12 months of court supervision and were ordered to pay
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