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LA: Tip from Operation Game Thief leads to arrest of 3 Red River hunters

August 16, 2012

From AmiteToday.com

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited three men for alleged hunting violations on Aug. 16 in Red River Parish.
Agents cited Tyler Goodwin, 21, of Ringgold, David Beard, 20, of Coushatta, and Jordan Northcutt, 22, of Hall Summit for hunting from a public road, hunting from a moving vehicle, discharging a firearm from a public road and hunting wild game quadrupeds during illegal hours.
Agents received an Operation Game Thief complaint concerning these three men. The landowner witnessed them shining a spotlight on his property. LDWF agents responded and caught up with their vehicle as they turned into a residence.
Agents found the men in possession of a .223 and .22 rifle and a freshly harvested rabbit.
The penalty for each offense brings a fine between $250 and $500 and up to
90 days in jail.

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