IA: Muscatine hunter pleads guilty to 34 violations
Muscatine hunter pleads guilty to 34 violations
January 8, 2009
A Muscatine man has pleaded guilty to 34 violations for illegally
hunting ducks in Louisa County last fall.
Nineteen-year-old Tyler Wilson had been facing 75 charges in the
illegal waterfowl hunting case, but 40 of the charges were dismissed as
part of the plea agreement, entered on Dec. 30 in Louisa County.
Wilson, who also was convicted of having a loaded shotgun in a motor
vehicle, was fined just over $4,000.
Wilson's hunting privileges had already been suspended for hunting
violations in 2007 and 2008. His privileges have now been suspended for
The latest violations occurred in a private hunting area in Louisa
County during duck hunting season in September and on three dates in a
public hunting area in November.
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