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Seminole man convicted in 2018 deer poaching incident SEMINOLE – An anonymous tip led to an investigation that resulted in the June 19 conviction of a Seminole man for poaching. Larry Wiebe of Seminole was found guilty of felony poaching last week after Texas Parks and Wildlife Division (TPWD) game wardens accused him of killing a mule deer without consent of the Yoakum County landowner. The incident, according to TPWD Public Information Officer Lt. Aaron Sims, took place in November 2018. Investigation into the incident reportedly began shortly after a photo of Wiebe with the deer appeared on social media.

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