Game Warden Field Notes

Game Warden Field Notes

AUSTIN — The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife law enforcement reports. Bare Necessities While patrolling near Lake Sam Rayburn, a Sabine County game warden noticed a naked man running across the road from the water into a makeshift tent. The man soon emerged wearing an oversized pair of pants. The warden then contacted dispatch, who advised that the subject was wanted on three felony warrants out of Sabine County. The […]

Game Warden Field Notes  

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s law enforcement reports. Operation Lights Out In December, 20 game wardens were called in to take part in Operation Lights Out, which focuses on illegal activity in Red River, Bowie and Lamar Counties. Their efforts over a weekend resulted in a total of 37 charges filed, three arrests, one felony arrest and one impounded vehicle. The violations consisted of hunting from a public […]

Game Warden Field Notes  

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife law enforcement reports. The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Pop-Up Blind Two Harris County game wardens responded to a request for assistance from the University of Houston Clear Lake (UHCL) Police Department when they were alerted to a suspicious person in a wooded portion of the campus. The campus police found a father and son, one of whom was holding a crossbow, in […]

Game Warden Field Notes  

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Turtle-y Awesome Tip While patrolling Willacy County, game wardens received a tip about a fisherman in Port Mansfield possibly in possession of a live sea turtle. After a brief search of the area, wardens found the vehicle in question and began to inspect the vehicle where they found a live sea turtle in an ice chest filled with water. The […]