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6 W.Va. residents charged in wildlife law sting

November 19, 2013
Associated Press

ROMNEY, W.Va. (AP) — Six residents of West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle have been charged with illegal deer sales and numerous other violations.

Agents from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries executed search warrants earlier this month at two residences in Hedgesville.

The DNR says in a news release that the suspects killed and processed deer illegally and sold deer meat across state lines.

Undercover agents made numerous purchases of butchered deer along with some illegal drugs from the suspects.

Three of the suspects live in Hedgesville. The others were from Glengary, Gerrardstown and Martinsburg.

Charges also are pending in Virginia against suspects on multiple counts of illegally selling wildlife along with marijuana distribution charges.



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