LA: Ferriday man cited for illegal hunting
January 28, 2010
Ferriday man cited for illegal hunting
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division
agents cited a Ferriday man on Jan. 13 for allegedly hunting from his deer
stand at night with the aid of night vision equipment.
Shelby Glynn Carlton Jr., 34, was cited for two counts of taking deer
during illegal hours, taking deer with an illegal weapon, taking deer with
electronic sights and hunting on land enrolled in the Deer Management
Assistance Program without owner permission.
Carlton faces as much as $2,150 in fines or up to 330 in days in jail, or
both, for hunting deer during illegal hours, taking deer with an illegal
weapon, taking deer with electronic sights and hunting on land without
permit from the owner.
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