WI: Galesville man convicted of illegally killing deer
August 23, 2013
WHITEHALL, Wisconsin (WXOW) - DNR Conservation Warden Chris Shea
said that tips were crucial to the conviction of 33-year-old Mark
Kamrowski. The case against him uncovered evidence that
Kamrowski killed at least 22 deer during a three year period. Shea
said, "this case is an example of how the local citizens can partner
with local conservation wardens in protecting the resources for
current and future generations to enjoy."
According to Shea,
the deer were killed on a farm between Galesville and Arcadia.
Kamrowski was already was serving a three-year revocation of his
hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for a previous illegal deer
hunting conviction in Trempealeau County Court in 2010. The
revocation period was from January 2010 to January 2013.
his sentence, Kamrowski lost his hunting, fishing and trapping
privileges for nine years. Kamrowski was also ordered to: pay
$6,847.75 in fines, court costs and restitution; serve a 9-year
hunting, fishing and trapping privileges revocation; serve two years
of probation; and, complete 80 hours of community service with 10
days of jail time -- stayed if community service is completed in one
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