Billy W. Jordan's 15-pointer with a nearly 25-inch inside spread was set to compete in the biggest buck contests in four parishes in Louisiana, but it's going to probably land Jordan a citation, and not the good kind.
According to their official release, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement is charging Jordan with using an illegal weapon and four felony counts of contest fraud for using a .204 caliber. It is illegal to use anything under a .22 in Louisiana for deer hunting.
He could be facing more than four years in prison and fines totaling more than $12,000 to the charges that he allegedly confessed to. –Brian McClintock
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