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On Dec. 22, an ODNR officer allegedly saw a picture of Forrest Parrot standing next to a deer on Dec. 17. He also allegedly saw a photo of Forrest Parrott standing next to a deer he allegedly shot on Nov. 30 with the comment, “Everything dies during gun week,” according to court records. According to the Division of Wildlife’s database, Forrest Parrott had only reported harvesting a deer on Dec. 17 in Clark County.
After being questioned by an officer, both Forrest Parrott and Stewart Parrott allegedly admitted to harvesting two antlered deer during gun season but failing to tag their first deer, court records say.
The Ohio Revised Code says only one antlered deer can be harvested annually, “regardless of method of take or location.”
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