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Dalton Man Sentenced For Hunting Near VW

Dalton Man Sentenced For Hunting Near VW

December 8, 2010

A Dalton man will be spending the next several months behind bars after being found guilty of illegal hunting in Enterprise South. Judge Bob Moon sentenced Richard Arnold to the maximum of six months and a $250 fine for hunting in a closed season.

Arnold was arrested on November 6th by a TWRA officer after finding him deer hunting without a license, without fluorescent orange clothing, on a closed season and for refusing inspection.

He had shot several times at a deer that was less than 75 yards from the VW fence line with a .270 caliber rifle during muzzeloader only season.

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