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OH: Hunter charged with 26 misdemeanors

April 30, 2009

William Freitag, of Utica, was charged with 26 misdemeanors related to the alleged illegal harvesting of a trophy white-tail deer in Knox County last year, according to the Division of Wildlife. Freitag allegedly killed at least two bucks in violation of Ohio's deer hunting regulations, which allow one antlered deer per season.

Wildlife officers conducted a three-month investigation after a tip on the Turn In A Poacher hotline. A search of Freitag's residents led to additional charges that were filed in Mount Vernon Municipal Court.

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