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POACHERS SENTENCED IN OSCEOLA FLORIDA

December 17, 2003 -- Cresco

(AP) Two law enforcement officers in northeast Iowa have been suspended after pleading guilty to killing deer without a hunting license.

The officers are Duane Ollendick, a Howard County Sheriff's Deputy, and Adam Bollman, a Cresco Police Officer. Howard County Sheriff Mark Grinhaug says they were not on duty at the time.

Grinhaug will not reveal how long the suspension is.

Each man was fined $100.00 for their role in the incident on November 7, 2003. Bollman was also fined $1,500.00 in damages for the deer.

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