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Three Kent County Men Arrested for Illegal Hunting Practices

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VIOLA, Del.- Delaware National Resources Police have charged three Kent County men with hunting-related violations.

Delaware's Division of Natural Resources and Environmental Control said that on Oct. 12, wildlife officials responded to a report of shots fired at deer on the fields of Norman G. Wilder Wildlife Area near Viola.
 
DNREC says 33-year-old Scott H. Pleasanton and 34-year-old Brian D. Wallace were arrested and charged with discharging a firearm on, near or across a public roadway, hunting from a motor vehicle, carrying a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and third degree conspiracy. Thirty-three-year-old Joshua L. Marshall was arrested and charged with carrying a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and third degree conspiracy. 

According to DNREC, the three men were arraigned in Dover. Pleasanton and Wallace were released on $2,100 unsecured bond, and Marshall was released on $2,000 unsecured bond, pending trial in the Court of Common Pleas at a later date.

 

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