Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Wildlife Arrests in Glades and Hendry

Glades County
On June 18, Officer Joe Simpson observed a vehicle parked on a county road
and thought the driver might be dropping someone off to hunt. The driver
allowed a search of the vehicle. Officer Simpson found a water bong lying
in plain view on the back seat. A subject also possessed a bag of cannabis
and was subsequently charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and

Hendry County
On June 20, Investigator Larry Ayers worked with Officer Tim Sweat along SR
29, targeting freshwater fishing violations. This detail resulted in three
resource citations and four warnings. They also arrested one subject who
had active arrest warrants originating from Texas.

Officers John Wilke and Joe Simpson were on patrol on C.R. 835 and observed
a vehicle parked next to a gate. They saw a cannabis "roach" lying in the
front seat and fresh footprints leading to the gate. They waited for the
subjects to return. When they arrived, the subjects admitted to being in
possession of the roach and produced another bag of cannabis. The two
subjects were charged with possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.

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