Townville hunter fined in Canada

December 13, 2012

A hunter from Townville pleaded guilty to four charges under Canada’s Saskatchewan Wildlife Act and Regulations. According to an announcement by the provincial government, David Hamby was fined $7,139 after being convicted of two counts of unlawfully purchasing a Canadian resident deer license, unlawfully using another person’s license and unlawfully exporting wildlife without an export permit. Besides the fines, Hamby was suspended from hunting for one year and seized items were ordered forfeited to the crown.

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