My thoughts exactly
LDWF agents received a tip that some trees were cut down blocking navigation on Cocodrie Bayou in the northeastern portion of the Spring Bayou WMA on Jan. 14, “Senior Agent Doug Anderson and I investigated this complaint the next day and found an oak tree that was cut down blocking the boat path” said Sgt.
Gabe Guidry. Mar 06, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents arrested a Hessmar man this morning, March 6, for his alleged involvement in the cutting down of trees on the Spring. Feb 06, Initially, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said 16 trees - cypress, oak and willow between 10 inches to 30 inches in diameter and up to 50 feet tall - had been cut down.
Feb 05, The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is seeking leads for information about who cut down trees on the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area in.
There may also be a civil restitution charge for the replacement value of the trees and cleanup required.
Feb 04, The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is seeking leads for information about who cut down trees on the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area in Avoyelles Parish.
After receiving a tip, LDWF Enforcement Division agents found up to 16 trees cut down on the WMA in. Feb 04, Agents found the trees cut down crossing a canal that connects Cocodrie Bayou to Bayou de la Bay on the WMA. The trees ranged from 10 inches to 30 inches to diameter and up to 50 foot tall including cypress, oak and willow trees. LDWF is offering up to a 1, reward to anyone with information that leads to the arrest in this case.
Feb 28, re: LDWF Agents Investigating Trees Cut Down on Spring Bayou WMA Posted by jorconalx on 2/28/15 at pm to sonoma8 quote: Got word that someone turned themselves in. 1 million restitution, replanting trees, jail time and no hunting/fishing for life.