DE: Dover man arrested for alleged hunting violations
Dover man arrested for alleged hunting violations
Nov 16, 2010
Dover, DE. - Agents with the Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement
arrested a Dover man for hunting-related violations Nov. 15.
Michael Camisky, 56, was arrested and charged with two counts of failure
to attach deer tags to antlered deer, failure to check antlered deer within
24 hours, two counts of unlawfully transporting antlered deer, two counts of
killing antlered deer without purchasing a hunter's choice tag, carrying an
unlawfully loaded firearm in a vehicle and not wearing required hunter
He was released on a $1,900 unsecured bond pending trial in the Kent
County Court of Common Pleas.
Citizens are encouraged to report fish and wildlife violations to the
Delaware Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section at 739-4580.
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