MS: Cleveland Hunter Sentenced For Migratory Bird Violations
February 12, 2013
OXFORD, Miss: Cecil Allen "Torch" Tindle, 50, of
Cleveland,Mississippi, pled guilty on February 8, 2013 to four
counts of various migratory bird violations, including taking
migratory birds from a motor boat while the boat was under power and
aiding and abetting other hunters in the taking of ducks in excess
of the daily bag limit during a commercially guided duck hunt.
Tindle was ordered to pay a fine of $4,000, and to pay restitution
to the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks in
the amount of $4,000 to offset a portion of the costs of
Tindle was placed on probation for a period of
two years, during which he will be prohibited from hunting anywhere
in the world at any time during any season open to hunting.
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