DOVER – DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers arrested two Sussex County men last night for multiple weapons and poaching violations while investigating a report of individuals trespassing to hunt near Millsboro.
Brendon Dibble, 20, of Millsboro, was charged with one count each of possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, unlicensed hunting, trespassing to hunt, and failure to display required hunter orange during a firearms deer season. Dibble was arraigned through Sussex County...
...Conservation Officer Ben Lasher was patrolling Belle Isle when he was notified by the Michigan State Police dispatch at 12:31 p.m. Friday, about a woman threatening suicide. MSP dispatch received the original call from a relative of the suicidal woman; the relative said the woman
FRANKFORT, Ky. — After being arrested by two Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Conservation Officers on Thanksgiving Day in Nelson County, two hunters are facing multiple charges.
That morning, Conservation Officers Ben Fisher and Lee Keith were conducting hunting patrols when they observed a man walking along railroad tracks wearing a camouflage jacket and looking into the surrounding trees. As the officers approached, the man ran, initiating a foot pursuit that ended quickly.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents performed a successful search and rescue mission of an overdue boater in Cameron Parish.
Agents received information about a kayaker that was overdue on the afternoon of Nov. 18 on the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge (NWR). LDWF agents immediately conducted a search of the area and were able to find the missing 38-year-old Lake Charles resident around 9 a.m. on Nov. 19.
The man was found about a...
...Maryland Wildlife Crimestoppers was established to increase public awareness of the impact of potential poaching on fish and wildlife populations, and encourage anyone with knowledge of
...Thirty-two recruits took the oath of office Nov. 3 and received their badges from Natural Resources Police Superintendent Col. Robert K. “Ken” Ziegler, Jr. The new officers received seven months of training at the agency’s live-in academy,