- Associated Press - Friday, July 18, 2014

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Two men have been found guilty of night-hunting deer violations in New Hampshire.

James Blaisdell and Dana Martin have to pay over $6,000 in fines each. They’ve also lost their hunting licenses for five years and will need to do 20 hours of community service.

The Fish and Game Department says Blaisdell shot a deer decoy in the town of Northwood last fall, using a crossbow from a motor vehicle. Once the target was hit, Martin, who was driving the vehicle, took off, leading officers on a pursuit through four counties. Both were arrested in Pittsfield.

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