LA: Father and son arrested for deer hunting violations
November 28, 2012
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement
Division agents arrested Gregory S. Gautreaux, 44, of Turkey Creek,
and his son Gregory R. Gautreaux, 21, also of Turkey Creek and
booked them into the Avoyelles Parish Jail.
Gautreaux was cited for selling deer meat, possession of an
illegally taken deer, failing to comply with deer tagging
regulations, hunting without resident hunting or big game licenses,
careless operation of a vehicle and driving under a suspended
license. Gregory R. Gautreaux was charged with possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon, hunting without resident hunting and
big game licenses, failing to wear hunters orange, hunting on a
wildlife management area (WMA) without a WMA hunting permit, hunting
with a gun in a bow hunting area, illegal access of an WMA and no
WMA self-clearing permit.
During the investigation agents
learned that a six-point buck was sold by Gregory S. Gautreaux to
Bryan K. Fontenot, 41, of Ville Platte for $80.
Agents charged Fontenot for buying deer meat and possession of an
illegally taken deer.
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