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Hunting error costs former Oklahoma lawmaker

Hunting error costs former Oklahoma lawmaker

12/13/2010

OKLAHOMA CITY A hunting error recently cost a former state lawmaker $296.

Former Rep. Terry Harrison, D-McAlester, said Monday that shortly after Thanksgiving, he shot and killed a piebald deer on his land.

I was happy as a lark, Harrison, an attorney said. I took it to the taxidermist and called the local newspaper. A McAlester News-Capital reporter came and took a picture.

The kill was featured in the paper.

And then he got the call from a friend who happens to be a game ranger.

The game ranger told him that to kill a white or piebald deer required advance permission from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

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