MO: Hunting Violations Cited at Missouri Checkpoint
Hunting Violations Cited at Missouri Checkpoint
November 22, 2010
By Candice Davis - Missouri Conservation agents issued 12 citations
resulting from a wildlife checkpoint in Cape Girardeau County recently.
Cape Girardeau, MO - infoZine - The Missouri Department of Conservation
(MDC), along with troopers from the Missouri Highway Patrol, set up a
checkpoint near the intersection of highways 72 and 34 just outside of
Citations issued at the Sunday checkpoint included possessing incorrect
permits, possessing illegally harvested deer, over limit of deer and failure
to tag deer. In addition to the citations issued by conservation agents, the
highway patrol issued tickets for failure to show insurance, driving with a
suspended license, several registration violations, one felony drug arrest,
one warrant arrest and 37 additional warnings. Additional investigations
resulting from the Sunday checkpoint are underway, according to Duckworth.
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