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Hunter Illegally Kills Black-Tail Deer

Saturday, November 28, 2015

 

The illegally killed deer; via the Oregon State Police

Oregon State Police are searching for a hunter that illegally killed a 3x4 buck deer earlier this week.

An Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Trooper from the Grants Pass office responded to a report of the deer found dead off Frankham Road near Cloverlawn Drive, in the southeast portion of Grants Pass. The buck has been killed with archery equipment.

The Trooper determined that the killing occurred on Monday in Unit 28. Unit 28 currently has a muzzleloader deer season active but not an open archery season.

Police are looking for information on who killed the buck. Any information leading to an arrest could result in a reward.

Idviduals who have information regarding the case are asked to call the Oregon TIP line at 1-800-452-7888 or the Oregon State Police dispatch at 541-776-6111.

 

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