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Trooper report

 


Tuesday, Nov. 27

Rex Versteeg, 19, of Petersburg, went before the Petersburg Court and pled guilty to three wildlife charges. The charges are a result of an Alaska Wildlife Trooper investigation that showed Versteeg and another subject took two deer during a closed season with the use of artificial light in an area closed to big game hunting. The conviction is the result of a plea deal where Wallace was sentenced to fines of $900, restitution of $400 for the loss of the animals, and loss of his hunting rifle.

Tyler Wallace, 17, of Petersburg, went before the Petersburg Court and pled guilty to three wildlife charges. The charges are a result of an Alaska Wildlife Trooper investigation that showed Wallace and another subject took two deer during a closed season with the use of artificial light in an area closed to big game hunting. The conviction is the result of a plea deal where Wallace was sentenced to fines of $900, restitution of $400 for the loss of the animal, loss of his hunting rifle, and loss of hunting privileges until 10-31-13.

 

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