Possessing more than the limit carries up to 90 days in jail and
a fine of $250 to $500.
ST. MARTINVILLE, La. (AP) —The
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says a 67-year-old
man from Pride is accused of taking two turkeys and failing to tag
Enforcement Division spokesman Adam Einck says
agents in the Atchafalaya Basin near Jakes Bayou on opening day,
March 24, heard shots and allegedly found Ted A. Lewis with two
Hunters may take two turkeys over the
season, and one a day.
Possessing more than the limit
carries up to 90 days in jail and a fine of 250 to $500. Failing to
tag turkeys brings up to 60 days in jail and a fine of $100 to $350
and up to 60 days in jail. Lewis was also assessed a civil
restitution penalty of $3,079—the value of the two turkeys.
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