KS: Kansas hunting camp case snares 3 more hunters
July 30, 2012
WICHITA, Kan. —
A major investigation into illegal deer
hunting in Kansas has snared three more out-of-state hunters.
The U.S. attorney's office says three customers of a hunting camp
called Camp Lone Star pleaded guilty and were sentenced Monday on
misdemeanor charges of interstate transportation of wildlife taken
in violation of state law.
A judge sentenced Bart Stelly of
Arnaudville, La..; Ryan Pinkston of Center, Texas; and Tim Metcalf
of Lafayette, La., to probation. They must also pay fines and
The camp's owner and his brother
were sentenced last year to 41 and 27 months in prison,
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