NE: man, family members plead guilty to hunting violations
July 13, 2010
Rapid City man, family members plead guilty to hunting violations in
CHADRON, Neb. -- A Rapid City man and three family members from northwest
Nebraska recently pleaded guilty to multiple hunting violations dating back
Dawes County, Neb., court records indicate that Adam J. Debock, 21, of
Chadron; Clarissa Williams-Debock, 19, of Chadron; Scott E. Debock, 32, of
Rapid City; and Robert Debock, 59, of Crawford, were convicted of 28 counts
of various hunting violations associated with three incidents.
Their combined damages, fines and court costs totaled $6,542.
Nebraska conservation officers Dan Kling and Heath Packett began an
investigation after a deer was discovered to have been shot and left in a
field in a remote area of Dawes County. Investigation of the scene and
surveillance of the area over a period of several days led to the
identification and contact with the subjects.
During the investigation, officers seized a mule deer buck, whitetail
buck, spotlight, compound bow, .22-caliber revolver, GPS unit, .22-caliber
rifle, and a .270-caliber rifle. Both deer were shot with rifles during the
According to Kling, the subjects admitted to "driving the country trying
to kill a big mule deer, by any means, regardless of what laws they broke."
Scott Debock pleaded guilty to hunting in closed season, hunting from
roadway, hunting without permission, failure to tag deer, hunting with
artificial light and four counts of accessory to game violation.
Adam Debock pleaded guilty to hunting in closed season, hunting without
permission, hunting from roadway, hunting with artificial light, wanton
waste, no deer permit, no habitat stamp, accessory to hunt in closed season,
and accessory to hunt without permission.
Clarissa Williams-Debock pleaded guilty to hunting with artificial light
and four counts of accessory to game violation. Robert Debock pleaded guilty
to three counts of accessory to game violation.
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