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Mitchell Man Pleads Guilty To Hunting Violation

Mitchell Man Pleads Guilty To Hunting Violation

A Mitchell man has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of illegally using dogs to hunt a mountain lion.  An attorney for Wade Musick
entered the plea on Tuesday in Pennington County Court.  Musick’s hunting privileges will not be revoked.  He says his dogs were legally hunting bobcats when they inadvertently treed the mountain lion on February 1st.
Musick left the area, but his hunting companions remained and reportedly shot the treed lion. Musick paid a 120 dollar fine as a result of the charge

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