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On January 28, 2007, Sgt. David Robertson of the Maryland Natural Resources Police, charged a Pennsylvania resident with 19 Natural Resources violations. Kenny Ray Bond, 34, of the 6700 block of Felton PA, was issued 19 citations totaling $4070 in fines. The arrest stemmed from an joint investigation involving the Maryland Natural Resources Police, Pennsylvania Game Commission, and the Pennsylvania State Police.
In December of 2006, PA Game Commission served a search warrant on a barn in Shrewsbury PA, that resulted in the seizure of 4 whitetail deer illegally harvested in Maryland. The resulting investigation produced the above violations against the defendant. Violations include hunting without license in possession, failing to field tag deer kill, failing to check in deer kill, exceeding bag limit of deer, failing to harvest two antler-less deer before taking a second antlered deer, and failing to purchase a bonus antlered deer stamp. Court date is pending.
January 29, 2007
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