March 26, 2014


ROCKLAND, Maine — A former hunter safety instructor admitted Wednesday that he sold fake course completion cards.

Terri Gilman, 38, of Jefferson, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Knox County Superior Court to aggravated forgery.

According to Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Baroody, Maine Game Warden Mark Merrifield was investigating the possible sale of fake hunter safety cards. That investigation led to Gilman, who admitted he had sold four cards he had retained from when he had been an instructor. Gilman told authorities he sold them for $10 each.


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