DE: 6 charged with a variety of hunting violations
Jan 27, 2011
6 charged with a variety of hunting violations
Six people have been arrested on hunting violations in three separate
incidents. All six have been charged with illegally taking deer – including
two Magnolia men who were arrested on private land near Bridgeville last
Saturday. 24 year old Robert Cox and Demar President were charged with a
variety of offenses including trespassing to hunt.
NEWS RELEASE: Six men charged with hunting violations involving illegally
taken deer DOVER (Jan. 27, 2011) – DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife
Enforcement agents this week arrested six men in three separate incidents
for hunting violations related to deer.
• On Jan. 15, two New Castle men, Terry L. Arnold Jr., age 36, and Joseph
H. Moorehead, age 20, were both arrested on the C&D Canal Wildlife Area and
charged with hunting over bait on a state refuge. Arnold was also charged
with failing to display hunter orange during a firearms deer season. Arnold
and Moorehead were fined and released.
• On Jan. 15, two Wilmington men, George R. Heinly Jr., age 29, and Scott
M. Keatts, age 36, were both arrested near Newport and charged with hunting
on a state refuge and trespassing to hunt. Keatts was also charged with
failing to tag a deer and possession of unlawfully taken game. Heinly and
Keatts were fined and released.
• On Jan. 22, two Magnolia men were arrested on private land near
Bridgeville. Robert J. Cox III, age 24, was arrested and charged with
possession of unlawfully taken game and trespassing to hunt, and Demar T.
President, age 28, was arrested and charged with failing to display hunter
orange and trespassing to hunt. Both were arraigned and pled guilty to the
charges in Justice of the Peace Court No. 14 in Georgetown. Cox was fined
$100 and President was fined $70. Citizens are encouraged to report fish and
wildlife violations to the Delaware Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section at
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