Man cited, accused of killing deer in Milwaukee County park
MILWAUKEE (AP) - A 29-year-old Milwaukee man has received three citations after allegedly killing a white-tailed deer in a Milwaukee County park, where hunting is banned.
Authorities say Jason Elliott used a crossbow to kill a 12-point buck in Menomonee River Parkway in Wauwatosa on Dec. 13. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports (http://bit.ly/1Onl2EG ) many called the deer "Bow Tie" because of its white throat patch.
The Department of Natural Resources cited Elliott for failing to validate or attach a deer tag, hunting with an improper license and hunting without proper colored clothing. The DNR says it will seek to revoke Elliott's hunting privileges for a year and confiscate his crossbow.
A listed phone number for Elliott wasn't immediately available and it's unknown if he has an attorney. He has a January court date.
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