A second Alabama man is now facing sentencing for his role in illegal deer hunts. Sixty-three-year-old Kinsman Wolfe of Montgomery, Alabama was convicted of two counts of unlawful sale of wildlife and one count of conspiracy to commit the unlawful sale of wildlife.
Court records show Wolfe helped Robert Wilkins of Semmes, Alabama as a guide for hunts of white-tailed dear in Lucas County. Those involved in the hunts were not from Iowa and did not have hunting licenses or deer tags. The capes and antlers of deer taken in Iowa were illegally transported to Alabama.
Wilkins was sentenced to six months of home confinement, four years probation, and ordered to pay $12,000 in restitution. Wolfe will be sentenced October 12th.