TX: Two men arrested for allegedly hunting deer in Medical Center
November 23, 2012
SAN ANTONIO -- Police arrested two men allegedly poaching deer in
the Medical Center Friday morning.
Game Warden Johnny Jones
said the men shot and killed an 11-point buck with a bow and arrow.
San Antonio Police officers used a helicopter to locate the two men,
who were allegedly illegally hunting in a wooded area near Floyd
Curl and Hamilton Wolfe.
The men are facing three charges
each, including hunting without landowner consent, hunting at night
and hunting with a light. All are Class A misdemeanors and if
convicted, the men could have to spend up to two years in jail and
pay up to a $4,000 fine. They could also have to give up their
hunting licenses and equipment, like their bow and arrows.
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