June 15, 2015

From RGJ.com

Trevor Charles Walch was sentenced last week on three counts of unlawful trapping to more than $7,000 in court fines and fees, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Walch pleaded guilty to the three counts.

According to state wildlife officials, game wardens observed Walch’s traps for several months and documented traps left unattended up to 13 days. By law, trappers are required to check their traps every 96 hours.

Wardens also documented instances in which traps were set within 30 feet of exposed bait such as livestock carcasses, another violation of Nevada law.


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