Sheriff’s Office Reminds Hunters Proper Disposal Procedures

| November 13, 2012 | 6:47 am
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Hunters are being reminded of the proper ways to dispose of harvested wildlife after Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies made a disturbing discovery over opening weekend.  According to a report from the sheriff’s office, several dead dear were found in a creek northeast of Chillicothe.  Sheriff Steve Cox points out that it is a criminal violation to dump animal carcases in a body of water.  Cox is asking hunters to donate unwanted venison to the “Share the Harvest” program.

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