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TX: Texas hunting guide gets probation in gators case

January 15, 2014

From GrahamLeader.com

BEAUMONT, Texas—A Southeast Texas hunting and fishing guide has been sentenced to three years of probation for illegally transporting an alligator carcass.
 
49-year-old Steve Barclay last August pleaded guilty to transporting wildlife taken in violation of federal law.
 
Investigators say Barclay in May 2008 witnessed a client shoot and kill three alligators, which are listed as a threatened species. Prosecutors say Barclay knew that Texas law limits hunters to one alligator per hunter per season.

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