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MN: Man pleads guilty to numerous illegal hunting charges

July 21, 2014

From MinnesotaMud.com

Keith R. Slick, 33, was sentenced July 9 in Lake of the Woods County Court on numerous counts including felony fleeing in a motor vehicle, gross misdemeanor second degree DWI, gross misdemeanor transporting a big game animal, lending/borrowing a bear license, two counts of taking/possessing an over-limit of bear and one count of failing to register a bear.
 
Sentencing included 90 days in jail, 30 days electronic home monitoring and 120 hours of community service.  Fine and restitution for the violations totaled $2,090. The court reported that $11,000 in fines and fees and a one year jail sentence were stayed pending successful completion of probation.

Conditions of probation include no firearms possession or drinking for three years.
 
Slick’s big game, small game, and trapping privileges were revoked for three years.

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