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$95,000 fine handed down in Nebraska
Mule Deer
Contributors to this thread:
Huntcell 31-Aug-20
Huntcell 31-Aug-20
hawkeye in PA 01-Sep-20
Trial153 01-Sep-20
Scrappy 01-Sep-20
Ucsdryder 01-Sep-20
fubar racin 01-Sep-20
Inshart 01-Sep-20
Shiras42 01-Sep-20
fubar racin 01-Sep-20
Kevin Dill 01-Sep-20
JohnMC 01-Sep-20
4nolz@work 01-Sep-20
YZF-88 01-Sep-20
Reggiezpop 01-Sep-20
No Mercy 02-Sep-20
archerygod 08-Oct-20
TrapperKayak 08-Oct-20
From: Huntcell
31-Aug-20

Huntcell 's Link
Wow! That ought to sting a bit..

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Men from Missouri and Wisconsin are the latest to be sentenced in a federal probe of illegal hunting connected to a Broken Bow outfitting business.

Federal prosecutors say 32-year-old Jacob Wideman, of Pevely, Missouri, and 40-year-old Duane Mulvaine, of Fox Lake, Wisconsin, were sentenced last week in Omaha's federal court. Wideman received a year of probation and was ordered to pay $10,000 in fines and restitution for shooting a mule deer with a firearm during archery season in 2017, with the help of Hidden Hills Outfitters's owner. Mulvaine was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to pay $95,000 in fines and restitution for six violations carried out between 2012 and 2017 with Hidden Hills' help.

n investigation determined that between September 2012 and April, 2018, Jacob Hueftle, HHO, and other conspirators provided guiding and outfitting services to hunting clients for the unlawful taking of no less than 97 big game animals or wild turkeys in violation of Nebraska State Law including 30 white-tailed deer, 34 mule deer, six pronghorn, and 27 wild turkey.

From: Huntcell
31-Aug-20

Huntcell 's Link
Another article related and potentially higher fines

Hueftle faces up to a five-year term of imprisonment and a fine of $250,000. HHO faces up to five-year term of probation and a $500,000 fine.

01-Sep-20
The 'LIKE' button was hit.

From: Trial153
01-Sep-20
This the one's associated with Bomars?

From: Scrappy
01-Sep-20
I believe so Trial153.

From: Ucsdryder
01-Sep-20
I wonder if that’s why the fines were so high. Bowmar has been able to stay out of it so far. Everyone around him has crumbled. Is his time coming?!

From: fubar racin
01-Sep-20
Him and Sarah have both been charged.

From: Inshart
01-Sep-20
What would be Bowmar's connection?

From: Shiras42
01-Sep-20
That's my hometown. Glad they are cleaning out the trash! I am sure there are more to come.

From: fubar racin
01-Sep-20
Josh and Sarah both hunted with the outfitter that is in question

From: Kevin Dill
01-Sep-20
Some people should never be able to hunt (or fish or trap) in any state for the remainder of their lives.

From: JohnMC
01-Sep-20
Is Josh Bowmar the clown that likes to see how far he can shoot a animal with his bow?

From: 4nolz@work
01-Sep-20
I had to google them,meh.

From: YZF-88
01-Sep-20
Bowmar outed the capped OTC unit I hunt. Mega douch bag. Yes he did take a stupid long shot and shot a great bull after a grossly exaggerated “struggle” over the week.

From: Reggiezpop
01-Sep-20
Aren’t they the ones that got dropped by UA for spearing they bear in Canada?

From: No Mercy
02-Sep-20
Yes Reggie. Same couple.

From: archerygod
08-Oct-20

archerygod's Link
Looks like the owner got sentenced to some time behind bars and a big dollar amount of restitution as well. They just keep getting more and more. Which is good!

From: TrapperKayak
08-Oct-20
I'd say they're 'fubar', wouldn't you Chris? :) Good...

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