Conservation Warden Chris Shea credits the assistance of area sportspersons as pivotal in this month's Trempealeau County Circuit Court conviction of a 33-year-old Galesville man who illegally killed at least 22 deer during a three-year period.
Shea says he had several individuals who provided tips regarding Mark Kamrowski's hunting activities that involved an illegal gravity feeder, hunting during the closed season and a few more.
The deer were killed on a farm between Galesville and Arcadia.
On August 6th, the Trempealeau County Circuit Court found Kamrowski guilty of three misdemeanors: hunting deer without a license, hunting deer during closed season and possessing deer during closed season.
Kamrowski lost his hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for nine years as part of his penalty for illegally killing at least 22 deer during a three-year period of DNR license revocation.