Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Golfer pleads no contest in hawk killing
The Orlando Sentinel reports that pro-golfer Tripp Isenhour pled guilty to charges that stemmed from killing a hawk. According to the article, Isenhour agreed to one year of supervised probation, four hours of anger management classes, and 100 hours of alternative community service. Forty hours of that community service will be completed at a wildlife or animal shelter. He is also paying $1,500 to the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary in Jupiter, Fla. He was originally charged with one count of cruelty to animals and one count of killing a migratory bird.