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Perry County sheriff's deputy resigns after being cited for hunting violation while on duty

November 13, 2011

From The Associated Press

PERRYVILLE, Ark. Perry County Sheriff Scott Montgomery says a deputy has resigned after being cited for hunting violations while on duty.

Montgomery says Rappold was on duty and in uniform when he was cited for hunting from a roadway and hunting prior to the opening of modern gun deer season.

Little Rock television station KLRT reported Saturday that Philip Rappold was cited for hunting out of season. Rappold worked as a jailer for years and was promoted to patrol deputy about a year ago.

Montgomery says Rappold was on duty and in uniform when he was cited for hunting from a roadway and hunting prior to the opening of modern gun deer season.

A listed phone number for Rappold couldn't be located.

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