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NY: Tupper Lake man pleads guilty to illegal trapping

March 23, 2013

From AdirondackDailyEnterprise.com

TUPPER LAKE - A Tupper Lake man pleaded guilty last week to 31 violations of Environmental Conservation Law related to illegal trapping.
 
State Department of Environmental Conservation police charged Terry J.
Hurteau, 56, on Feb. 11 with offenses including unlawfully setting 15 snares for coyote, multiple counts for unlawful use of body-gripping traps on land and multiple counts of failing to tag traps.
 
Hurteau appeared in Tupper Lake town court on March 6 and pleaded guilty to all charges. He was ordered to pay a total of $3,875 in fines and surcharges.

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