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NV: Vegas man gets 3 years' probation, banned from hunting 2 years after poaching antelope

January 30, 2014

From TheRepublic.com

ELKO, Nevada A 53-year-old Las Vegas man who admitted shooting an antelope without a legal tag has been sentenced to three years' probation and banned from hunting or trapping in Nevada for two years.
 
Miguel Arias-Montalvo initially was sentenced last week to a year in jail but the sentence was suspended pending completion of the probation as part of an agreement to plead guilty to killing or possessing certain animals without a valid tag.

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