MAMOU MAN PLEADS TO SEVERAL DEER VIOLATIONS, MUST PAY
A Mamou man pleaded guilty Feb. 5
to several deer hunting violations and has three months to pay about
$9,200 in fines and civil restitution.
Claiborne Parish records, James D. Fontenot, 44, was arrested on
Nov. 22, 2013 and charged with four counts of discharging a firearm
from public roads, four counts of taking deer from public road, four
counts of hunting or taking deer in illegal hours with artificial
light, taking/possession over limit of deer (5 antlerless deer when
limit is 4), three counts of failure to tag deer and three counts of
hunting from a moveable vehicle.
Wildlife and Fisheries
personnel Lt. Kenneth Balkom and Senior Agents Bryant Coburn and
Jared McIver arrested Fontenot as he was hunting off of Hwy. Alt.
2 near Summerfield, records show.
He was ordered to pay
a fine of $5,202 and civil restitution of $4,083, The $9,285 is
due in full by May 6.
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