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Minnesota Man Charged on Multiple Hunting Violations

Enforcement - Region 7

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

MILES CITY, Mont.--Donald Gemuenden, 50, of Duluth MN, was investigated and fined a total of $5,953 and $1,000 in restitution losing his privileges to hunt, fish and trap in Montana and member states of the Wildlife Violator Compact.

Mr. Gemuenden purchased several licenses and hunted in Montana unlawfully over the past four years. He was fined $220.00 for unlawfully purchasing two turkey tags, $1,230.00 for three antelope tags, $940.00 for six doe tags, $1,458.00 for three general deer tags and $1,035.00 for one general elk tag.

Gemuenden was also charged with unlawful possession of two mule deer bucks killed in Montana totaling $1,070.00 in fines and restitution of an additional$1,000.00. With assistance from Minnesota Conservation officers Montana Game Wardens recovered both deer from Gemuenden’s residences in Duluth MN.