MO: Man is charged with illegally hunting hogs in national forest
Man is charged with illegally hunting hogs in national forest
The Associated Press
Mar 4, 2009
By Gene Hartley
SPRINGFIELD -- A man from Licking is accused of illegally hunting wild
hogs in the Mark Twain National Forest. The U.S. attorney's office says
Charles Wade operates a guide service that advertises hunts for wild hogs
and other animals.
Wade, 66, is charged with violating federal law and U.S. Forest Service
regulations regarding feral hogs. Prosecutors say Wade conducted an illegal
hog hunt last April in the forest in Texas County. They say it's illegal to
conduct work activity in the national forest without a special use permit or
other government authorization.
Wade made his first appearance on the charge in federal court on
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