From this story in the Orlando Sentinel:
_Mark Morse, a top executive of the Central Florida retirement community The Villages, has been charged with felony and misdemeanor hunting violations in Montana. Morse and his wife, their daughter and five others are accused of 18 wildlife violations during hunting excursions over the past four years on Morse property in Montana. The charges include the illegal killing or possession of elk, deer, and other wildlife. Morse, the president and chief operating officer of the massive community 60 miles northwest of Orlando, is accused of killing too many animals and killing them without proper licenses. "When somebody comes and violates those rules by killing multiple animals and hunting out of season, they are in fact stealing from the people of Montana," said state Fish Wildlife & Parks spokesman Robert Gibson. Morse could be sentenced to 21.5 years in prison and be fined as much as $203,000 if convicted.
_The 50-year-old landowner belongs to a wealthy and politically influential Florida family. His father, H. Gary Morse, is a major contributor to the Republican Party and the developer of The Villages, which has roughly 80,000 residents in Lake and two adjacent counties. The Villages spokesman Gary Lester did not immediately return a call for comment. Morse, who owns the M Square Ranch and co-owns the Wolf Mountain Ranch in Montana, has hunted legally in the state before and he knew the rules, wildlife and parks spokesman Gibson said. "In wildlife circles, these are very serious charges and not many of the things we enforce are felonies," Gibson said. "He is accused of shooting some really nice, big trophy animals."