Two brothers plea guilty in Provincial Court relating to hunting matter in FSJ

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The BC Conservation service shared two brothers have been charged in Provincial Court for a hunting matter in Fort St. John.

The tweet shares, the two brothers entered into a guilty plea in court relating to a hunting matter in FSJ this winter.

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One brother was convicted of discharging a firearm in a no shooting area, trespassing and was fined $3500 and received a 2-year hunting ban. The other was fined $500 for trespass.

 

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