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Illegal Hunting Tours Could Send Alabama Man to Jail in Iowa

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Convicted of three charges in relation to illegal hunting tours, an Alabama man could be headed to jail. 

Kinsman Wolfe, from Alabama, was convicted of two counts of unlawful sale of wildlife, and one count of conspiracy to commit the unlawful sale of wildlife in the state of Iowa.

In 2013, Wolf help conduct illegal hunting tours for trophy whitetail bucks in rural Lucas County, Iowa. He allowed non-residents to hunt without having purchased hunting licenses.

After an investigation conducted by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, the United State Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Alabama Division of Game and Natural Resources, the case was prosecuted by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.

Wolfe will be sentenced in October, 2015.

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Illegal Hunting Tours Could Send Alabama Man to Jail in Iowa