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Two Charged With Illegaly Hunting

April 16, 2012

By Dan Telvock, Fredericksburg.Path.com

Police arrested two 19-year-olds for allegedly hunting on land off Riverside Drive.
By Dan Telvock
April 16, 2012
Two Stafford County men were arrested on charges of hunting without licenses and illegaly hunting wildlife  At about 7:45 p.m. April 14.
Fredericksburg Police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe said police were in the area of the 400 block Riverside Drive when an officer hears supicious noises and observed two males on the riverbank shooting a high-powered pellet rifle at the waterfowl flying over the water.
Antonio Peterson, 19, and Nicholas Cerda, 19, were arrested at the scene.
Peterson and Cerda were released on summons and the pellet rifle and ammunition were seized for evidence, Bledsoe said.
Editor's Note: Everyone listed in the police log is only charged with a crime and they are innocenet until proven guilty.

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