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Game Wardens have busy week

November 3, 2011

With deer season upon us, and many hunters roaming around in the woods, it is no wonder that the Game Wardens of Pushmataha County have been rather busy this past week. Pushmataha County is a popular area for not only residents of the area but for others as well.

This past week, October 27 through October 30, Game Wardens got several individuals for hunting with motor vehicles, head lighting, transporting loaded firearms, hunting without valid licensing, hunting without valid deer tags and hunting with aid of a motorized conveyance.

October 27, 2011: Alvin Kensey of Antlers received an almost $700 bond for taking a white tail deer with an illegal weapon, not wearing blaze orange and illegal possession of a white tail deer around the old Pump house area in Push. Co.

October 28, 2011: Steffan Perkins of Valliant got a bond of $221.00 for hunting without a valid deer tag in the Herry Rowe are in Push. Co.

Rustin Bryant and Tasha Bryant both received bonds of $221.00 each for hunting without valid deer tags in the 3 Biler area in Push. Co.

Cody Stanford of Wright City got a $221.00 bond for hunting without a license in the 3 Rivers area in Push. Co.

Dustin Vaughn of Valliant received a $221.00 bond for hunting without a valid deer tag while in the Herry Rowe area in Push. Co.

October 29, 2011: Brandon Hardemon of Idabel got a $446.00 bond for hunting with the aid of a motor vehicle and head lighting in the Honobia Creek WMA area in Push. Co.

Scott Smith of Valliant also received a $446.00 bond for hunting with the aid of a motor vehicle and head lighting in the Honobia Creek WMA area in Push. Co.

Breanna Pond of Idabel also got a $446.00 bond for hunting with the aid of a motor vehicle and head lighting in the Honobia Creek WMA area in Push. Co.

October 30, 2011: Rusty Courtwright of Ft. Towson received a $441.00 bond for hunting with aid of a motor vehicle, transporting a loaded firearm on Honobia Creek WMA and head lighting in the Honobia Creek WMA in Push. Co.

Cameron Gambol of Ringold got a $446.00 bond for hunting with the aid of a motorized conveyance and head lighting on Honobia Creek WMA in Push. Co.

And Shancy Nelson of Rattan got a $446.00 bond for hunting with the aid of a motor vehicle and head lighting in Push. Co.

These individuals are innocent until proven guilty in the court of law and have not yet been convicted of the crimes they were charged with.

 

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