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3 Iowa teens face deer hunting violations

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    Associated Press 4:34 p.m. CST, November 27, 2010 CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Three Iowa teenagers have been charged with hunting violations. The Gazette reports
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      Associated Press
      4:34 p.m. CST, November 27, 2010

      CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Three Iowa teenagers have been charged with hunting
      violations.


      The Gazette reports that Iowa Department of Natural Resources officials received
      tips from citizens about the teens. Two teens are charged with hunting without a
      small game license, failure to have a valid deer hunting license, taking
      antlered deer with a high-power rifle and attempting to take deer out of season.
      A third teen is charged with one count of being over the limit of whitetail
      deer.


      The teens face thousands of dollars in fines and a suspension of hunting
      privileges. The activity happened in Keokuk County.


      Officials say the case underscores the importance of receiving tips from
      citizens.

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