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Dead Deer on Delaware Man’s Front Porch Leads to Conviction on Multiple Hunting Violations

A Delaware man was convicted for multiple hunting violations after neighbors reported a dead deer on his front patio.

Forget the welcome mat or rolling out the red carpet. When Delaware game officers arrived at the residence of Jeremy W. Nacchio last week,  a dead deer was on the front patio to greet them.

According to Delaware Online, an anonymous tip led the state’s Division of Fish & Wildlife Enforcement Natural Resources Police to Nacchio’s home where they discovered a dead whitetail buck on the porch. Upon questioning, he was charged with eight hunting violations.

Nacchio later pleaded guilty to hunting without a license, illegally hunting on Sunday, possession of unlawfully taken antlered deer and failure to tag an antlered deer.

As a result, Nacchio will have to pay $2,800 in fines and court costs, and his hunting license has been revoked for three years.

Hopefully by then he will have learned his lesson, if not a little discretion.

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Dead Deer on Delaware Man’s Front Porch Leads to Conviction on Multiple Hunting Violations