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DE: men face multiple hunting-related charges

DELAWARE: Seaford men face multiple hunting-related charges

Daily Times Staff

SEAFORD — Two Sussex men face illegal hunting charges stemming from a Thursday arrest, according to DNREC fish and wildlife enforcement agents.

Jonathan A. Nichols, 36, and Joshua A. Baker, 19, both of Seaford were apprehended by wildlife agents and are scheduled to face trial in Sussex Superior Court.

Nichols was charged with with failure to tag antlered deer, third-degree conspiracy, hunting at night, hunting during a closed season, carrying an unlawfully loaded firearm in a vehicle and shooting near a roadway.

Baker faces counts third- degree conspiracy, hunting at night and hunting during a closed season.

Evidence recovered by agents included a 12-gauge shotgun and a whitetail deer.

To report violations of Delaware’s fish and wildlife laws, please call 302-739-9913, or Operation Game Theft, 800-292-3030.

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