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Officers seeking information in Farmington waterfowl case

DAVIS COUNTY — On April 24, 2014, wildlife officials received a report of two males attempting to harvest ducks unlawfully within Farmington City limits. The offense committed on April 24 occurred on Foxglove Road, directly east of Smith's Grocery in Farmington.

The suspects attempted to harvest two ducks out of season. They were within city limits using a pellet gun, which they fired from inside their vehicle.

The suspect vehicle was described as a silver Honda Civic hatchback, model year between 1993 and 1996 with dark, tinted windows, a Nitro Circus sticker in the back window and a front passenger side bumper that was nearly detached from the vehicle.

If anyone is familiar with this vehicle or the suspects associated with this case, please contact the UTIP hotline at 1-800-662-3337 or one of the officers listed on this page.

Rewards are available and requests for confidentiality are respected.

  • Wyatt Bubak
  • Additional contact:
    Sergeant David Beveridge

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