5 cited for wildlife violations in Caddo, Bossier
BATON ROUGE - Five north Louisiana residents have been cited for alleged hunting violations in Caddo and Bossier parishes.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says enforcement agents cited 44-year-old Daniel Owens and 17-year-old Tristen Owens, both of Vivian; and 19-year-old Ethan Mikesell and 18-year-old Devynn England, both of Shreveport, for taking over the legal limit of ducks and wanton waste in Caddo Parish on Nov. 15. Tristen Owens also was cited for intentionally destroying, concealing or disposing of wildlife or fish evidence.
Agents saw the hunters shooting ducks and leaving the field without making an effort to retrieve several dead or crippled birds.
Agents also cited 27-year-old Daniel M. Currie, of Bossier City, Nov. 14 for allegedly obtaining a hunting license by fraud and hunting without non-resident licenses in Bossier Parish.
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