Hunting Accident File > VIOLATIONS > 2005

Payson man banned from fishing, hunting until 2031

PHOENIX Once again, a Payson outdoorsman has run afoul of Arizona's fishing and hunting laws.

The state Game and Fish Department has revoked Wesley Frost's hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges until the year 2031.

He was already on license revocation until 2016. An additional 15 years was added after he pleaded guilty to three charges of unlawful taking of wildlife during the revocation period.

Forst was sentenced in 1997 to four months in jail for his involvement in the unlawful killing of a mountain lion.

In 2002, investigators say they caught Frost trapping a young javelina illegally. Later that same year he was caught hunting a mountain lion on a revoked license, then cited a third time for hunting bear.

(Thanks to Paul David Stabe at KVRD)

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