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October 2012 Archives

Michigan man faces misdemeanor poaching charges

A man from Owosso Township, Michigan, allegedly poached deer and turkey, and now he faces 125 misdemeanor charges. Officials from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources claim to have found more than 100 animal parts, including those from turkeys and deer, on his property. The 51-year-old man was charged with one count of taking a deer without a license, two counts of illegal baiting, 115 counts of taking or possessing a deer over the legal limit and seven counts taking a turkey without a permit.

School district AD guilty of drunk driving in Michigan

A school district athletic director from Parchment, Michigan, has been found guilty of three misdemeanor drunk driving charges, but a jury could not reach a verdict regarding whether he tried to flee police after a night of drinking with his boss, the school superintendent.

Ex-football player agrees to plea deal in drug case

A former football player at Central Michigan University has pleaded guilty to a variety of drug charges. The man, a 20-year-old resident of Livonia, Michigan, entered the plea to charges pertaining to delivering and manufacturing narcotics, possessing narcotics and running a drug house, court records show.