HANOVER, Pa. (WHTM) – A York County has been charged with multiple game law violations after game officials said he was caught poaching deer for the third time since 2013.
Andrew Klinefelter, 29, of Hanover, is accused of killing three antlered and one antlerless deer without a license, according to Wildlife Conservation Officer Barry Leonard.
Klinefelter’s hunting privileges were revoked after convictions for game law violations in 2013 and 2014.
He is charged with five felonies, two misdemeanors, and eight summary violations. The charges include possession of drug paraphernalia resulting from a search of his home.