LA: Two Cenla men accused of taking deer illegally
October 18, 2013
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement
Division agents have cited two Central Louisiana men for alleged
deer hunting violations in Avoyelles and Rapides parishes.
Agents cited Barry B. Laiche, 17, of Marksville, and Travis Maddox,
26, of Echo, for taking deer using illegal methods, possession of
illegally taken deer, failing to comply with deer tagging
requirements, taking illegal deer during an open season and hunting
on Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) lands without
permission from land owner, according to a LDWF news release.
Maddox was also cited for hunting without a big game hunting
Agents received information that Laiche and Maddox
illegally killed a total of five deer on or about Oct. 7 and 8 on
Grand Lake Rod and Gun Club property.
questioned Laiche, he admitted that he and Maddox did illegally kill
five deer on the Grand Lake Hunting Club with a .308 caliber and
.45-.70 caliber rifles.
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