NY: Man sent to jail on hunting violations
Man sent to jail on hunting violations
December 22, 2010
SCHROON -- A 20-year-old who recently violated his probation for hunting
off-season in 2008 will spend four months in Essex County Jail, State Police
David J. Plumstead of Schroon was scheduled for a hearing, failed to
showed up, received a bench warrant, and pleaded guilty Wednesday in Schroon
Town Court to violating his probation, police said.
He had been caught hunting in the possession of someone else's license,
police reported. He was not permitted to hunt because his license had been
suspended for three years, on the earlier conviction of illegal taking and
possession of a deer, police reported.
Department of Environmental Conservation Officer Matthew LaCroix
investigated, assisted by State Police at Schroon Lake.
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