URBANA Two area men are due in court next month following their
arrests for wildlife violations at the Middle Fork River Forest
Illinois Conservation Police say the men used a
spotlight on a deer and attempted to shoot it from a road at night.
Alexander L. Bonelli-Nirider, 22, who listed an address in the
0-100 block of Fountain Valley, Rantoul; and Evan H. Spurlock, 22,
who listed an address in the 3300 block of West Artesian Avenue,
Armstrong, have been charged with: two counts of harassing
an animal with light shining from a vehicle. one count of
taking birds or mammals along a highway. one count of hunting
on another persons land without permission. one count of
unlawful transportation of a weapon. one count of hunting with
an unplugged shotgun capable of holding more than three shells.
one count of unlawful hunting at night.
Bonelli-Nirider was charged with two counts of hunting without a
valid license and one deer hunting permit violation. Spurlock was
also charged with one count of hunting without a valid license and
two deer hunting permit violations.
According to a
conservation police report, the arrests were made following a
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