Man Faces 6 Years In Prison, Fine
December 1, 2006
MADISON, Wis. -- A Lyndon Station man was convicted of battery on Friday after an incident that occurred after he was found trespassing on private land in Sauk County in 2004.
New York Post article
December 13, 2006
Arrow-slay fiend guilty
A man with 20 years of experience hunting deer was convicted yesterday of murder - after firing an aluminum arrow into the heart of a stranger during a random argument on a Long Island street.
BY KEN KOSKY
Times Staff Writer
This story ran on nwitimes.com on Thursday, March 11, 2004
DUNE ACRES -- Two hunters picked by the town of Dune Acres to take part in a cull to thin the deer population are set to charged today with illegal hunting.
"I heard a young child scream. I thought he got a deer."
Four kinds of hunting stories involving children reach ANIMAL PEOPLE with tedious regularity: children killed while hunting; children killing their own fathers, brothers, mothers, or sisters in hunting accidents; children using hunting weapons to commit murder; and adult authorities working to lower the minimum age for hunting.
January 23, 2007
Bourg -- A man arrested for allegedly deer hunting illegally is arrested again, but this time for receiving stolen things and obstruction of justice.
Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre says, Ned Dantin, 38, of Bourg, La. was arrested Sunday, January 21, 2007 for Receiving Stolen Things and Obstruction of Justice. And, another charge of Contempt of Court was made on Monday, January 22nd.