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Man pleads guilty in killing of goose

September 01, 2007|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

A man accused of killing a pet Canada goose named Wee Wee has pleaded guilty to shooting wildlife out of season.

David Gregory Davis, 48, of Marysville was fined $1,229 after entering the plea this week in Yuba County Superior Court.

Wee Wee was considered part of the family after Todd Hulsey and Sherri Neel rescued him as a gosling from the Sacramento River more than a year ago. He waited for them at the gate to their property, rode in their boat when they went fishing and flew behind a motorcycle driven by Hulsey. Neel posted a sign along a private road that said, "Please Don't Shoot The Pet Goose."

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