NJ: Randolph man accused of illegally hunting at private club
October 21, 2013
BYRAM TWP. ó A Randolph resident has been charged with hunting
illegally at a private club, police said.
Police received a
call on Thursday at 11:39 a.m. from a Hudson Farm employee who said
that he had caught an individual trying to hunt on the farmís
private property, police said.
The officer arriving at the
scene spoke to the man, Patrick J. Lacosta, 24, of Randolph, who
said he did not have a hunting license and that he had seen the
posted signs advising him that he was on private property.
Lacosta was charged with defiant trespass and the motor vehicle
violations of failure to exhibt documents and failure to change
address. A state Department of Environmental Protection, Division of
Fish and Wildlife, Bureau of Law Enforcement officer also responded
and charged Lacosta with trespassing for the purpose of hunting and
hunting without a lisence.
The charges will be heard in Byram Municipal Court.
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