Sulphur Man Set For Sentencing In January On Wildlife Charges

Michael Cole Simpson

Sulphur Man Set For Sentencing In January On Wildlife Charges

A Sulphur man is scheduled to be sentenced January 6, 2020 after pleading guilty in October to seven misdemeanor charges relating to the possession of harvested wildlife without proper tag information.

According to the officials, Michael Cole Simpson, 41, is scheduled to appear in Murray County District Court for sentencing and could face up to 210 days in jail and $700 in fines.

Game warden Casey Young said in a published report that the investigation into Simpson began in March when a building renter called him and said numerous harvested animals had been left in the building space from a previous tenant. Young said it was not just a few items, but “hundreds and hundreds,” he told News 12 last week.

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