Probation, fine, anger management also part of plea for deadly shot
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Pro golfer Tripp Isenhour has pleaded no contest to charges he faced for killing a protected hawk.
Attorney David de Armas said Friday that Isenhour agreed to one year of supervised probation, four hours of anger management classes and 100 hours of community service. Forty hours must be performed at a wildlife or animal shelter. He also must pay a $500 fine.
Isenhour was charged with animal cruelty and killing a migratory bird. He was accused of hitting the bird with a golf shot when its loud chirps interrupted the filming of an instructional video in Orlando.
Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
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