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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited two Louisiana men for alleged crab trap violations on May 21 in St. Mary and Terrebonne Parishes.

Agents cited Nathan Adams, 23, of Amelia, and Juan Carlow Chaves Santos, 19, from Morgan City, for theft of crabs and crawfish, tending crab traps during illegal hours, violating recreational gear license requirements for crab traps and crawfish traps, and angling without a saltwater fishing license. Adams was also cited for...

Gun Buyers ClubA 56-year-old Pickford man was arraigned Wednesday morning ­in Chippewa County’s 91st District Court on 125 wildlife misdemeanor charges, following a months-long investigation by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division.


Kurt Johnston Duncan faces charges that include illegally harvesting 18 wolves over the past 18 months and killing and disposing of three bald eagles. Wolves are protected in Michigan and are on the federal endangered species list. Bald eagles are protected under state law,

Gun Buyers ClubLouisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents arrested four Thibodaux men on May 14 for their involvement in an alleged hit and run boating incident in Lafourche Parish.


Agents arrested Trent Becnel, 29, felony hit and run, failing to comply with boating education requirements, careless operation of a watercraft, negligent injury, not having boat numbers, and failure to display valid decal certificate. Agents also arrested Lucas J. Becnel, 56, Patrick J. Morvant, 53, and Keith Morvant,

Gun Buyers ClubKailua-Kona – A citizen reported a large gathering of people and cars at Alula Beach (near Honokohau Small Boat Harbor) to the DLNR Division of Conservation and Resources Enforcement (DOCARE) early Wednesday afternoon. DOCARE officers responded to the beach and observed numerous people not engaging in permitted activity outlined in the State’s current emergency rules.


They contacted 24-year-old Dillon Kroll of Kailua-Kona and report the man immediately became agitated and combative, cussed at the officers, and was