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2 convicted on hunting violations

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LIBERTY, Miss. (KNOE 8 News/AP) - Two Louisiana men have pleading guilty to dumping deer carcasses into an Amite County stream.

Authorities say 52-year-old Kent Daigle and 45-year-old Charles Waters, 45, both of Lake Charles, La., were arrested Dec. 21 after the animals were found in a creek near the west fork of the Amite River in southwest Mississippi.

Both men spent two nights in jail and got out Dec. 23 after paying cash bonds - $4,498 by Daigle, $1,944 by Waters. Authorities also seized three guns.

The two men guilty before Justice Court Judge Roger Arnold. Arnold fined the men the amounts they had paid for their bonds.

He ordered both men to perform community service.

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