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WI: Hunter charged in deer tag violation

April 6, 2013

From HudsonStarObserver.com

John L. Baumgartner, 24, pleaded innocent to failing to attach an ear tag to a deer carcass Thursday, March 28.
 
The criminal complaint alleged Baumgartner shot two nine-point bucks during the bow season, one in September and one in November and failed to tag one.

The deer were featured on You Tube and a Facebook page.
 
The maximum penalty for the misdemeanor offense is a $2,000 fine, six months in jail and loss of hunting privileges for three years.

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