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Man faces charges for hunting violations

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A man who lost his hunting privileges last year faces new charges after games wardens said they saw him in the field this year. Ian Noack, 23, of Grand Forks, has been charged with hunting or assisting with hunting while his p...

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A man who lost his hunting privileges last year faces new charges after games wardens said they saw him in the field this year.

Ian Noack, 23, of Grand Forks, has been charged with hunting or assisting with hunting while his privileges were suspended. He also is charged with posting land he didn't own or rent and driving while under suspension.

His initial court appearance is scheduled Wednesday East Central District Court in Hillsboro.

In August, Noack was sentenced to 30 days in jail, with 26 days suspended, for illegally possessing a whitetail buck taken during North Dakota's 2005 firearms deer season. As part of that sentence, the judge also ordered Noack to pay $225 in court costs, $450 restitution and suspended his hunting privileges for a year.

Noack has appealed the sentence to North Dakota's Supreme Court.

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