Michigan men charged for illegal hunting in Montana

Four Michigan men are convicted of illegally hunting in Montana.

Montana authorities in Glasgow say the men face a wide range of charges including hunting without valid licenses, license fraud, failure to wear hunter's orange and unlawfully using two-way communications while hunting.

The charged men include: 52-year-old Russell Lee Vandercook Sr of Lapeer, Michigan, 77-year-old Fred Lovasz of Columbiaville, 42-year-old Steve Lovasz of Fostoria and 31-year-old Ronald Eaten of Flint.

In total the illegal hunting charges result $7,045 in fines.

The violations took place during the 2010 and 2011 hunting seasons.