Nebraska man fined for illegally hunting geese, sheriff’s office says

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A Sterling man was fined Wednesday for illegally hunting geese, the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office said.

The 39-year-old man, who was accused of killing over 50 geese without a hunting permit, was convicted of nine counts relating to the illegal hunt on Feb. 26.

He was fined $5,600 in damages, according to the sheriff’s office.  The man also had his hunting permits revoked for two years.

The sheriff’s office, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the Johnson County Attorney’s Office investigated the case.

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