Thamesville Man Fined For Hunting Offences
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A Thamesville man has been fined $2,700 for hunting offences.
According to conservation officers they were conducting compliance inspections of deer hunters in the Chatham-Kent area on December 5th, 2017.
The officers observed the man who had been deer hunting, leave the area in his vehicle and drive to a nearby residence. An inspection by the officers found a rifle and muzzleloader gun, both loaded, in the vehicle. The man was also not wearing a hunter orange garment, required while deer hunting during the open gun season.
Fred Squire pleaded guilty and was fined $2,500 for having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and $200 for failing to wear a hunter orange garment.