Tyler Hammock won't be hunting this season or next, at least not legally. 

He pled guilty in Criminal Court to hunting after dark and hunting from a vehicle. 

Judge Tim Riley gave him a 90-day suspended jail sentence and 24 months probation. He was fined $250 for hunting out of a vehicle and $2,000 for hunting after dark. The $2,000 fine is the minimum for hunting after dark. 

His hunting privileges were suspended for 2 years, through April 30, 2023. 

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