Kevin Ackim is accused of trespassing and illegally harvesting two turkeys
Kentucky conservations officers are charging the co-host of a hunting podcast with illegally killing two turkeys, as well as several other hunting and trespassing violations.
Kevin Ackim, co-host of Mission Whitetail podcast, is being charged with what one Facebook commenter is calling “the Grand Slam of Violations,” after Kentucky conservation officers caught him breaking a number wildlife and conservation laws.
According to the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement Facebook page, while answering a trespassing complaint in Christian County on April 20, 3023, conservation officers witnessed Ackim coming out a wooded area dressed in camo and carrying turkey hunting equipment. The officers check for a hunting license and spring turkey permit, which he did not have. They also discovered he’d entered the property without permission, had illegally harvested two turkeys and the shotgun was capable of holding more than three shell.
According to the post, “Conservation officers Ethan Vincent and Nathan Tapp charged Kevin Ackim, 30, of Lexington, South Carolina, with two counts of illegal take of wild turkey, two counts of non-resident hunting without license/permit, one count of hunting with an improper plugged shotgun and one count of entry upon land to hunt without consent first.”
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