Hunting, fishing privileges revoked for hundreds of Missourians
Jefferson City, Mo. —
Hundreds of Missourians have had their hunting and fishing privileges revoked or suspended.
The Missouri Department of Conservation said the MDC Commission has approved removing privileges for 285 people who are not in compliance with applicable child support laws.
The commission has also approved revoking hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for 293 people in accordance with the terms of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.
Three others have had hunting privileges suspended and are required to complete a hunter education training course after inflicting injury to another person by a firearm while hunting.