By The Associated Press
GREAT FALLS - A rural Cascade County man who was caught hunting while
his privileges were suspended has had his hunting, fishing and trapping
privileges permanently revoked.
Justice of the Peace Sam Harris also gave Daren G. Lord, 36, 18 days
in jail and fined him $3,200 at his March 1 sentencing in Great Falls.
Lord was charged with shooting and killing a white-tail deer,
possessing an unlawfully killed deer, and hunting waterfowl, all while
his privileges were suspended.
In February 2005, Lord's privileges were suspended for two years for
trespassing, driving off established roads on state land and being over
the legal limit of elk.
On Dec. 22, 2005, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden Bryan
Golie saw Lord goose hunting on the family ranch east of Ulm. Upon
Lord admitted hunting waterfowl that day and killing waterfowl on a
previous day, the FWP said. He also admitted killing a white-tail buck
A search of Lord's freezer and garage produced the head and antlers
of the buck. Lord told Harris he was hunting for food to feed his
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