MA: Hunter charged for not tagging deer
Hanover: Hunter charged for not tagging deer
Dec 22, 2010
Hanover: A resident of Rutland, Mass. could lose his Bay State hunting
license and may have to forfeit his firearm after being caught earlier this
month with an untagged deer.
According to Hanover Police Lt. Robert Heywood, Hanover officer David
Tyrie spotted James David Sadin, 19, of 1 Oakridge Drive in Rutland, coming
out of the woods on Indian Head Drive at approximately 10:30 a.m. on
Saturday, Dec. 11.
Sadin, who was in a group of three men, was in possession of a deer he
had shot, and the dear was untagged.
Sadin was not arrested, but he was charged with being in possession of an
untagged deer. Heywood said the penalty for hunting without a license or a
doe permit (or tag), or hunting outside permitted hunting seasons, could
include the loss of a hunting license, giving up the firearm, a fine and/or
“I don’t think he’ll be hunting in Massachusetts for awhile,” Heywood
said of Sadin.
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