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NH - Hunter convicted on various hunting charges

Dover hunter convicted on various hunting charges

By Associated Press
January 23, 2008 1:50 PM

CONCORD - A Dover man has been fined and barred from hunting for five years after being convicted of various hunting violations.

Fish and Game says 63-year-old Carl Chapman was convicted on a range of poaching violations, including illegal baiting, night hunting, falsifying deer registration reports and taking deer with a firearm during archery season.

Chapman was fined nearly $3,000 and cannot receive a hunting license in the state for five years.

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