Huron East Hunter convicted in December 2020 Deer Hunting Incident

He was convicted of charges relating to discharge of a fire arm across public right of way, having loaded firearm in vehicle and failing to invalidate his deer tag. It was repeat offence with previous incident in 2019.

 

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry have seen a Huron East resident convicted of multiple hunting and gun related charges after an incident in Huron East in December of 2020.

A Conservation Officer on patrol in the area encountered the suspect with a loaded firearm in his front seat and a deer in the truck bed with an un-notched deer tag.

It was also determined he discharged a firearm in an unsafe direction, with barns and farm lanes a short distance away.

He was convicted of charges relating to discharge of a fire arm across a public right of way, having a loaded firearm in a vehicle and failing to invalidate his deer tag.

He also received $3,050 in fines and a 3-year hunting license suspense and he must attend a hunting education course.

This was a repeat offence having previously being convicted of an office in 2019.