Sheriff's employee accused of hunting violations
Jan 6 2008 3:52PM
AP-MTJailer-Hunting,0161 Sheriff's employee accused of hunting
BOULDER, Mont. (AP) A man employed by the Jefferson County
Sheriff's Department is charged with 10 hunting violations.
Forty-two-year-old Timothy McKenrick of Boulder, works part-time
as a relief jailer and dispatcher for the sheriff's department.
Wife Jennifer, who's 36, is charged with one hunting violation.
She's a full-time dispatcher for the department.
Both are to scheduled to appear in Justice Court on Thursday.
Charges against Timothy McKenrick include allegations that he
hunted without a license. His wife is accused of attaching her cow
elk license to an elk her husband killed last year.
Jefferson County personnel officer Kellie Doherty said Timothy
McKenrick will not be called for work in the sheriff's department
while the case is pending. Doherty says Jennifer McKenrick's
employment status is not affected.
Sheriff Craig Doolittle says his office was not involved in the
investigation of the hunting case.
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