Two people sentenced after hare coursing close to Titchwell, near Hunstanton
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Two people have been sentenced under the Hunting Act in relation to hare coursing close to Titchwell, near Hunstanton.
Norfolk police spent a number of hours in January this year on an intensive deployment which saw seven people arrested in relation to hare coursing.
A person had witnessed the incident and came forward with key evidence.
In court two adults were sentenced under the Hunting Act for hunting a wild mammal with dogs.
The Kings Lynn Operational Partnership Team were able to secure a Criminal Behaviour Order for two years on a 38-year-old man.
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Conditions on the orde included not to be on farmland without express permission of the land owner and not to be on a public footpath in possession of a lurcher type dog during hunting season, which runs from September 1 until March 30.
There have been reported incidents of hare coursing in Feltwell Anchor, Wissington, Mattishall, Ten mile Bank and Brandon Bank.
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If you see a crime taking place, dial 999 immediately.
If you have information about a crime, call 101, crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111 on or email wildlifeCrime@norfolk.pnn.police.uk