MT: Pennsylvania man convicted of hunting
violations in four counties
April 16, 2013
By Dennis Carlson, KBZK.com
A Pennsylvania man was
recently ordered to pay a total of $5,180 in fines and restitution
for misdemeanor big-game hunting violations in four Montana
John Feucht, 29, of Camp Hill, Penn., pleaded
guilty in Missoula County Justice Court in Missoula, Mont., to
purchasing a resident license for non-resident use during the 2010
big game hunting season. He was fined $1,035 for that violation.
In Park County Justice Court in Livingston, Mont., Feucht was
ordered to pay $3,340 in fines and restitution for killing and
possessing a bull elk in 2010, a bull elk in 2011, a white-tailed
deer buck in 2010, and a white-tailed deer buck in 2011 without
valid licenses. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Warden Todd Anderson
of Glasgow said Feucht also used resident licenses as a non-resident
while hunting these animals.
In Gallatin County Justice Court
in Bozeman, Mont., Feucht also pleaded guilty to purchasing a
resident big-game license for non-resident use. He was fined $135
for that violation.
In Lewis and Clark County Justice Court
in Helena, Mont., Feucht pleaded guilty and paid fines totaling $670
for purchasing a resident elk license and elk permit for non-
In addition, Feucht lost his hunting, fishing
and trapping privileges for 24 months in Montana and the 38 other
states participating in the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.
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