The arrest is the result of a complaint received by EnCon Police,
that two beavers and a blue heron were found dead at Hop Brook.
Trail cameras at Hop Brook snapped the image of a man Connecticut
Environmental Conservation Police determined to be Resid Ismaili of
Middlebury, reportedly checking illegal snare traps.
was arrested on Friday, Dec. 7, after EnCon police received a
complaint stating that two beavers and a blue heron were found dead
at Hop Brook. All of the animals had allegedly been caught in
illegal snare traps, the release stated.
The Middlebury man,
67, of 415 Whittemore Rd., was arrested on the following charges:
Illegal trapping with a snare Trapping on private property
without permission Trapping without a license
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