Five men in North-Central Wisconsin are facing charges and citations for separate incidents of hunting deer at night. The first occurred south of Rhinelander, where two men were seen shooting a deer in a field, using a spotlight. That was last Monday night. Then Saturday near Merrill, three men were caught shining and shooting at deer. All five face charges of hunting deer with an artificial light, hunting during a closed season, trespassing, and possession of loaded guns in a vehicle. The men’s ages ranged from 18-51.