March 16, 2015

From DelawareOnline.com

Six guns and ammunition were seized from Richard L. Moore, when he was arrested, said Cpl. John McDerby of the Division of Fish & Wildlife Enforcement Natural Resources Police.

A lengthy investigation led to Moore’s identification after a report of trespassing in progress, McDerby said.

Moore was charged with seven counts of firearm/ammunition possession by a prohibited person and trespassing to hunt. Moore was banned from gun and ammo possession after an assault case, he said.

Two days later, wildlife officers arrested Kyle H. Hudson on numerous charges.

Hudson was charged with unlicensed hunting, possession of unlawfully taken antlered deer, failure to check antlered deer within 24 hours, failure to tag antlered deer, failure to retain tag on antlered deer, taking antlered deer without purchasing hunter’s choice tag and removing antlered deer parts prior to checking.

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