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OK: Hunter pleads guilty to wildlife violation

October 30, 2013

From News-Star.com

OKLAHOMA CITY - Kyle McCormack was sentenced to serve a year probation and pay $500 fine after being convicted of illegal transportation of wildlife in interstate commerce.
In the July 2012 edition of the Buckmasters magazine, there was a two-page article credited to McCormack including “trophy” photographs of the racks of whitetail bucks.
Following a tip to authorities, an investigation uncovered that McCormack did not have valid hunting licenses in the locations identified in the article and that the wildlife was illegally killed in Washington and transported to Oklahoma.
McCormack pled guilty to illegal transportation of an elk and black-tailed deer in interstate commerce and was sentenced to serve one year probation and ordered to pay a $500 fine.  McCormack also agreed to pay $2,500 into the Lacey Act Reward Account.

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