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WI: Benck denied hunting license for 20 years

September 20, 2013

From PierceCountyHerald.com

An 18-year-old rural Ellsworth man, once accused of illegal shining and shooting of up to a dozen deer, was convicted Tuesday in Pierce County Circuit Court of two charges and lost his hunting privileges for 20 years.
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Isaac E. Benck, N3842 750th St., pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of resisting a conservation warden and endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon. He was placed on probation for two years and lost Department of Natural Resources (DNR) hunting privileges for 20 years, but he will get a review of that condition in 10 years.
 
Benck also was fined $486. Multiple forfeiture citations of illegal hunting of turkeys and shooting protected birds were dismissed, as were five misdemeanor counts of illegal hunting or shining deer, as a party to the crimes.

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