Ascension Parish Man Pleads Guilty to Hunting Violations
May 4, 2012
The 23rd Judicial Court in Ascension Parish sentenced an
Ascension Parish man on April 25 to pay $2,475 in fines and court
costs stemming from hunting violations.
Lambert accepted Michael W. Theroitís, 21, of Darrow, guilty plea on
all charges and sentenced him to pay $1,625 in fines for night
hunting violations. Theroit is also responsible for $850 in
Theriot was cited for hunting deer
during illegal hours with artificial light, hunting from a public
road and moving vehicle, hunting without a resident basic and big
game hunting license and hunting deer using illegal methods.
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