A popular West-Texas guide service owner is seeing his reputation
tarnished after pleading guilty to wildlife charges stemming from an
Mark Dean Meissenburg, owner of
well-known guide service Panhandle’s Best Inc., of Amarillo, was
sentenced this month by U.S. Magistrate Judge Clinton E. Averitte to
one year probation for allowing hunters to take sandhill cranes in
excess of the daily bag limit.
Averitte also ordered that
Meissenburg pay a $900 fine and restitution of $2,590.
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