PUTMAN COUNTY, Ind (WTHI) - Wednesday, a judge in Putnam County dismissed a case involving alleged hunting violations.
The Department of Natural Resources said conservation officers investigated David McCollough.
Officers said McCollough killed a trophy buck without a valid license.
Tuesday the state filed to dismiss without prejudice in exchange for the dismissal, McCollough has to turn over the deer antlers to the DNR.
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