Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement
Division agents cited a Guatemalan man for alleged deer and
alligator violations on Jan. 26 in Jefferson Parish.
cited Julio Cesar Agu Marroquin, 30, who resides in Metairie, but is
a legal resident of Guatemala, for hunting deer using illegal
methods, failing to comply with deer tagging requirements, obtaining
a hunting license fraudulently, hunting without a non-resident
license, hunting without a non-resident big game license, failing to
comply with hunter education requirements, and illegal possession of
alligator parts or skins during a closed season.
of alligator parts and skins carries a fine of $400 to $950 or
120 days in jail. Taking deer using illegal methods and
obtaining hunting licenses fraudulently both bring fines of $250 to
$500 or 90 days in jail. Failing to comply with deer tagging
harvest requirements carries a $100 to $350 fine and up to 60
days in jail.
Hunting without non-resident basic and big
game hunting licenses and failing to comply with hunter safety
education requirements each bring a $50 fine and up to 15 days in
Civil restitution for the replacement value of the
deer and alligator in the amount of $2,000 could also be assessed
for this case.
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