DE: Agents make arrests for illegal hunting, license forger pleads guilty
February 22, 2013
A Sussex County boy was charged with 26 violations of state
wildlife regulations in an apparent hunting crime spree. He was
charged with six counts of possession of unlawfully taken game, six
counts of using illegal methods to take game, four counts of failure
to tag antlerless deer, four counts of failure to register
antlerless deer, four counts of butchering antlerless deer before
registration and two counts of hunting waterfowl with prohibited
toxic lead shot, he said.
Additionally, Jason P. Polly, 35,
of Georgetown, was charged with felony possession of a deadly weapon
by a prohibited person and two counts of transporting unlawfully
taken antlerless deer, Polly was released on $500 unsecured bond to
await a court trial.
Kay A. Wilkerson, 54, of Frankford, was
charged with one count of hunting license forgery in connection with
the 2012 incident that involved deer tagging, he said.
Wilkerson pleaded guilty to the charge in Justice of the Peace Court
3 in Georgetown and was ordered to pay $239 in fines and court
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