Canada Men tagged with fines after failing to tag deer

21:07  16 april  2018
21:07  16 april  2018 Source:   MSN

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  Canada Dog 'Arrested' For Chasing Deer, Ends Up Behind Bars The Canadian pup just doesn't like deer, his owner says."He is such a sweet dog and loves humans and other animals," his owner, Emme Thompson, told InsideEdition.com Monday.

After receiving a tip about a man cleaning two does at a shop near Haynesville around 10 p.m. Saturday evening, agents found Odom cleaning one doe, with another uncleaned doe on the ground Failing to comply with deer - tagging requirements carries a 0 to 0 fine and up to 60 days in jail.

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HUMBOLDT, Sask. - Two Saskatchewan have been fined a total of $10,500 for a scheme to kill more deer than they were allowed under provincial hunting regulations.

Nathan Cherkowski and Wyatt Martin, both 21-year-old Melfort residents, pleaded guilty in Humboldt court to charges of unlawful possession of white-tailed deer and unlawful hunting.

Court heard both men each shot a deer early last November and tagged them as required, but later in the month they each shot another deer and used the same tags from the previous animals they had killed.

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They took all four carcasses for processing and said they would supply the missing tags the next day, but that evening they got two other Melfort residents to buy white-tailed deer tags that were taken to the processor and attached to two of the carcasses.

Canada Dog 'Arrested' For Chasing Deer, Ends Up Behind Bars

  Canada Dog 'Arrested' For Chasing Deer, Ends Up Behind Bars The Canadian pup just doesn't like deer, his owner says."He is such a sweet dog and loves humans and other animals," his owner, Emme Thompson, told InsideEdition.com Monday.

Agents received a complaint that a man had taken three deer two of which were spotted fawns. Agents responded at the location and found Deville in possession of three deer . Failing to comply with deer tagging regulations brings a 0 to 0 fine and up to 60 days in jail.

State Environmental Conservation Officers Lou Gerrain and Alan Brassard pose with a deer that was improperly tagged in Queensbury. 18 and agreed to pay 2.50 in fines . The man 's father and cousin were each fined 0, plus court costs, for lending their tags to the hunter.

Charges were laid after conservation officers concluded all four deer had been shot by the two men.

The two people who bought the extra tags paid fines totalling $500, while they, along with Cherkowski and Martin, also received a one-year hunting and trapping suspension.

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