Two Men Faces Wildlife Violations in Huntington

HUNTINGTON, Ind. (WOWO): Two Alexandria men face multiple wildlife violations in Huntington. Conservation Officers received a complaint on December 1st about several people in a truck shooting deer from the road on Lost Bridge West, Salamonie Reservoir. Officers found evidence that wildlife violations had happened. On Sunday, officers found a vehicle matching the description of the one given in the complaint. 36-year-old Mark Goins and 35-year-old Bobby Tucker, both of Alexandria, admitted involvement in the crimes. They face the following charges:

-Illegal Taking of Whitetail Deer with a Prior Conviction (A Misdemeanor)
-Illegal Taking of Whitetail Deer (B Misdemeanor)
-Illegal Taking of Wild Turkey (B Misdemeanor)
-Hunting By Aid of Motorized Conveyance (vehicle) (C Misdemeanor)
-Shooting From a Public Roadway (C Misdemeanor)
-Criminal Recklessness with a Firearm (D Felony)