Livingston Parish Man Sentenced for Hunting Violations
January 23, 2012
By Melissa Canone, KATC.com
A Livingston Parish man was sentenced on Jan. 17, 2012 in Livingston
Parish Court for hunting deer during illegal hours, contributing to the
delinquency of a juvenile and resisting an officer.
21st Judicial Division B Judge Doug Hughes sentenced Kevin L. Paille,
43, of Springfield, to pay $1,388 in fees and fines, complete two years
of supervised probation and refrain from owning or possessing a firearm
for two years. Paille pleaded guilty to all three charges.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division
agents cited Paille in January of 2011 after receiving a complaint about
two people on foot hunting deer at night in Livingston Parish.
Agents went to the area and located the subjects one of which was a
juvenile. Paille was issued citations for the three offenses and booked
into the Livingston Parish Jail.
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