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Officers seeking information in waterfowl wasting investigation

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Five geese and two ducks were shot and left to waste on Willow Creek Road near Salina in early November, 2012.

SEVIER COUNTY — On Nov. 14, 2012, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Conservation Officer Brent Kasza received information regarding several abandoned waterfowl carcasses.

Officer Kasza responded to the scene where he located five goose carcasses and two duck carcasses that had been shot and left to waste. The remains were dumped on the intersection of Willow Creek Road and Glen Barney Road, north of Salina, Utah. There are no suspects at this time.

If you have information regarding the wasting of these animals, or any other wildlife crime, please contact the UTiP hotline at 800-662-3337. Rewards are available and requests for confidentiality are respected.

  • Officer Brent Kasza
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    435-979-4047
  • Additional contact:
    Sergeant Paul Washburn
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    435-979-5920

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