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PA - Hartleton police chief cited for hunting violation

December 12, 2006

HARTLETON Donald Zerbe, police chief of Hartleton Borough, was recently fined for hunting within a residential safety zone, but will not face any punitive action from the borough council.

Zerbe was reported by a resident for shooting at deer from his car and was cited as hunting too close to a residence by Dirk B. Reimensnyder, a wildlife conservation officer. Zerbe is allowed to hunt from a vehicle with his handicapped license, obtained because hes had double knee replacement surgery and has difficulty walking on uneven ground.

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