VA: Courtland felon charged with hunting deer over bait
January 30, 2013
COURTLAND—An eight-time Courtland felon admitted to baiting deer
and devising a trap to make it easier to kill one, said Sgt. J.T.
Worrell, supervisor with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland
Fisheries’ district that serves Isle of Wight and Southampton
Lewis Scarborough III, 39, was taken to
Southampton County Jail after his arrest on Jan. 5 — the last day of
the deer season, Worrell said.
Robert Mulder Jr., 50, of
Suffolk also was charged.
Scarborough was charged with
hunting over bait, illegally possessing guns by a felon for
allegedly having a shotgun and .22-caliber rifle, not wearing blaze
orange and hunting with an illegal device. Mulder was charged with
hunting over bait.
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