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NY: Rhinelander Father, Son, Fined for Intentionally Poisoning Wildlife

August 4, 2014

From WSAW.com

An Oneida County father and son have been sentenced for intentionally poisoning wildlife during a span of three years on their Sugar Camp property.
 
Alvin Sowinski, 78, received a $30,000 fine, a seven-year ban on his hunting, fishing and trapping privileges, $100,000 in restitution, and one year of probation and four months of home confinement.
 
Paul Sowinski, 46, received a $10,000 fine, a five-year ban on his hunting, fishing and trapping privileges, $100,000 in restitution, and one year of probation.
 
The duo used the pesticide Carbofuran to kill several species of birds and mammals between May 2007 and March 2010, including a black bear, bobcat and at least two American bald eagles. 

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