Thursday, February 14, 2008

CITIZEN TIP CRACKS ROCKRIMMON DEER CASE

A tip from a citizen helped the Colorado Division of Wildlife solve the case of deer being shot with arrows in the Rockrimmon neighborhood in Colorado Springs.

"Based on the information provided by a citizen, we were able to get a confession from a juvenile who admitted shooting deer with a bow and arrow," said investigating officer Steve Cooley of the DOW.

I bet the kid wet his pants when armed DOW guys showed up.
He was charged with three wildlife hunting violations and paid a fine of $2,877.

1 comment:

zen said...

That's a whole lotta chore money for a kid. Think they waterboarded him to get the confession?