This article was in the Times Reporter yestarday! Charles Snyder IV, 21, of Baltic recently was convicted of wildlife violations that included taking deer over the limit and falsifying information, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife. He was convicted of killing six deer in a county where the seasonal bag limit is three, taking more than one buck, falsely procuring a deer permit and two counts of providing false information to a deer check station. Wildlife officers said Snyder checked the excess deer that he killed under the names of family members. Snyder appeared in separate Tuscarawas County courts because the violations occurred in two different jurisdictions. In Tuscarawas County Court at Uhrichsville, Snyder was convicted of exceeding the deer bag limit and taking more than one buck. He was fined $1,000, sentenced to 10 days in jail and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service. He also lost his hunting privileges for three years and was placed on probation for two years. In New Philadelphia Municipal Court, he was convicted of falsely procuring a deer permit and two counts of providing false information to a deer check station. He was ordered to pay $1,500 in fines and restitution, serve one year of probation and forfeit the antlers from a second buck he killed in violation of Ohio hunting laws. The Division of Wildlife encouraged anyone who is aware of possible violation of wildlife laws to call the Turn In a Poacher line at (800) 762-2437. Callers may remain anonymous.