An Ontario hunter has been fined greater than $15,000 for illegally searching an unlicensed deer and leaving the useless animal.
Aaron Elyk of Simcoe was fined $11,255 for abandoning the large hunt and $3,755 for searching and not using a license.
His searching license was revoked and searching was banned in Ontario for 2 years.
The court docket heard that Elyk shot and killed a cow deer and not using a legitimate searching allow, then deserted the deer, inflicting it to deteriorate.
The court docket heard that on October 26, 2020, Elyk shot and killed a cow close to Sables Lake.
He didn’t have a legitimate license to hunt cow deer.
Elyk then deserted the deer, inflicting it to deteriorate.
Conservation officers had been made conscious of the wildlife crime and commenced a prolonged investigation that included the dog-spotting canine, forensic ballistics examination, and taking statements utilizing a search warrant.
Justice of the Peace Lori-Ann Toulouse heard the case on the Ontario Courtroom of Justice in Espanola on December 1, 2022.
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