LA: Agents book eight teal hunters who can't count
September 15, 2012
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement
Division agents cited eight men for allegedly possessing over the
limit of migratory game birds on Catahoula Lake in LaSalle Parish on
Sept. 15 and 16.
Agents were on patrol on Catahoula Lake on
Sept. 15 when they came in contact with four men that were leaving
their hunting area. During a license and limit inspection, agents
found the men in possession of 28 teal, which put them 12 over the
John P. Randall, 28, of Urania, Jereme B. Johnson,
27, of Ruston, Clint L. Cooksey, 27, of Jena, and Steven C.
Douglas, 28, of Olla were issued state citations for possessing over
the limit of migratory game birds.
On Sept. 16 on Catahoula
Lake agents came in contact with four more men that were leaving
their hunting area. Agents again performed a license and limit
inspection and found them in possession of 23 teal, which put them
seven over the limit.
Casey M. Deville, 17, of Lecompte,
Dusty D. Ducote, 18, of Alexandria, Austin G. Linzay, 18, of
Lecompte, and Brandon L. Simmons, 21, of Marksville, were issued
citations for possessing over the limit of migratory game birds.
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