Spotlighting is not his primary concern. "In the Fifth District Court in Salt Lake City, Ethan Lebaron was charged with wanton destruction of protected wildlife by using spotlights at night to kill the deer, in this case a third-degree felony. He was also charged with a tagging requirement violation, a class B misdemeanor, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources announced. Charges are still being considered for the two men who were with Lebaron." The spot lighters problem: He killed a "trophy" buck. That's a felony. "A buck whose antler spread measures 24 inches or more makes it a trophy and illegally killing one a felony-level offense. It calls for a minimum restitution of $8,000. Lebaron’s deer measured 24.5 inches. Had it been under 24 inches, it would have been a Class A misdemeanor and the restitution would have been a minimum of $400." http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mor...-an-inch/ar-BB10tNNi?li=BBnb7Kz&OCID=AVRES000 i cry no tears for this guy.