DE: Three Sussex men charged with multiple hunting violations
March 8, 2013
LAUREL – An investigation into illegal hunting practices by DNREC
Division of Fish & Wildlife Enforcement last October has led to the
arrest of three Sussex County men and 50 violations of Delaware’s
Kyle A. Trice, 18, of Laurel, was charged with
30 violations including five counts each of possession of a loaded
firearm in a motor vehicle; shooting near a roadway; hunting from a
motor vehicle; hunting at night; hunting deer during a closed
season, and third-degree conspiracy.
John M. Adkins, 20, of
Laurel, was charged with 18 violations including five counts each of
hunting at night; hunting deer during a closed season; third-degree
conspiracy and one count each of failure to tag antlerless deer,
failure to register antlerless deer and butchering antlerless deer
prior to registration.
Cody L. Pistoia, 20, of Delmar, was
charged with hunting at night and third-degree conspiracy. He later
pleaded guilty to hunting at night and was ordered to pay $534 in
fines and court costs.
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