Former CFB Trenton commander pleads guilty after bird shot at from boat

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The former commander of CFB Trenton has pleaded guilty to charges of carelessly storing firearms and public mischief after a bird was shot at from the boat he was operating last summer.

Col. Leif Dahl will have to complete 12 months of probation, is barred from possessing any firearms except as needed for his role with the military and must make a $500 donation to Ducks Unlimited.

He received a conditional discharge, meaning he won’t have a conviction on his record after his probation is complete.

“I made a mistake. I know that and I accept full responsibility for my actions,” said Dahl, reading from a statement in

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