MARYSVILLE, Calif. 8/17/10— In the small Northern California town of Marysville, just 40 miles north of the capital city of Sacramento, rocker, singer, and celebrity hunter, Ted Nugent was ordered to pay a $1,750 fine after pleading no contest to baiting a deer, and for not having properly signed hunting tags.
Patrick Foy of the California Department of Fish and Game in Yuba County, says that during the filming of a February episode of Nugent's hunting and outdoor-sports TV show; "Spirit of the Wild", State Fish and Game wardens saw Ted Nugent kill an immature buck which is illegal in California. Nugent is also accused of using illegal deer bait to lure the animal in for the kill. Nugent's attorney appeared in the Yuba County Courthouse on Friday to enter a plea of no contest for the world-famous musician.
1993 CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARGED: VIOLATING LOCAL FIRE CODES. SHOOTING A FLAMING ARROW ONSTAGE. Born December 13, 1948 in Detroit, Michigan Genre(s) Rock, hard rock Songwriter, Entrepreneur, Hunter Instrument(s) Guitar The Amboy Dukes, Damn Yankees, Damnocracy Notable instruments Gibson Byrdland Gibson Les Paul PRS Theodore "Ted" Nugent (a.k.a. The Nuge and The Motor City Madman) He originally gained fame as the lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes. He is noted for his conservative political views and his vocal pro-hunting and Second Amendment activism.
TED NUGENT ARREST RECORD and MUGSHOT
1993 CINCINNATI, OHIO. CHARGED: VIOLATING LOCAL FIRE CODES.
2010 MARYSVILLE,CA. CHARGED:
ILLEGAL HUNTING OF DEER.