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October 15, 2010

Two Dover Delaware Men Arrested For Hunting Violations

Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife

Delaware --(Ammoland.com)- DNREC Fish and Wildlife Enforcement agents this week arrested two Dover men in separate incidents on hunting-related violations.

On Oct. 10, Robert Burns, age 28, of 6032 Center Road, Dover, was arrested and charged with hunting without a license, trespassing to hunt and not wearing required hunter orange.

Burns pled guilty to all charges and was fined at Justice of the Peace Court 6 in Harrington.

On Oct. 13, John L. Flick, age 39, of 13 Turning Leaf Court, Dover, was arrested and charged with providing hunting guide services without a license.

Flick pled guilty to the charge and was fined at Justice of the Peace Court 3 in Georgetown.

Citizens are encouraged to report fish and wildlife violations to the Delaware Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section at 302-739-4580.

For further information, contact Sgt. Gregory Rhodes, Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, at 302-739-9913.

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