April 30, 2015

From WTVM.com

BULLOCK CO., AL (WSFA) – Daryl Fischer and Russell Taylor were sentenced for poisoning wildlife and hunting dogs in Bullock County.

According to prosecutors, Fischer and Taylor sprinkled the pesticide Aldicarb, marketed as Temik, on a deer carcass and then spread the carcass round the hunting property in an attempt to kill coyotes. Among the dead animals were red-tailed hawks, a black vulture and three fox-hunting dogs.

In addition to probation, the men are prohibited from hunting game animals for a year and must pay $14,249 in restitution.


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