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HUNTER HIDES IN HAYLOFT

Thunder Bay Post, Canada

Web Posted: 12/9/2003

A man who burrowed into a hayloft to try to escape Conservation officers didn't hide well enough.

The MNR located the hideout of a Fort Frances area man when officers arrived to investigate the illegal shooting of three deer last month.

The remains of the animals had been found under a tarp and some garbage in the back of the man's truck.

The 33 year old resident of Devlin was fined $2,000 and suspended from hunting for three years.

However, the court ordered the return of the truck and ATV that were seized by the MNR at the time of the arrest.


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