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Hunter Fined For Shooting Horse

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The Renfrew County man that was charged in the shooting of a horse in the Springtown area has been fined.
Malcolm Pierce was fined $2,000, and is expected to pay the horse’s owner $7,000 for the shooting last fall.
Police and the Ministry of Natural Resourses and Forestry investigated after the horse was reported missing last November.
It was found shot dead and hidden a month later.
Pierce admitted that he shot the horse after he mistook it for a black bear.
His fines include $1,000 for careless hunting and another $1,000 for hunting at night.
Pierce is also banned from hunting for the next two years and will have to complete the Ontario Hunter Education Course before getting another licence.

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