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Last updated on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
(WEST LEBANON) - Indiana Conservation Officers arrested a convicted felon for hunting while having his hunting license suspended.
WISH TV8 reports, officers arrested 40-year-old Charles L. Cadle of Newton on opening day of rabbit season when he was found hunting rabbits along an abandoned railroad track in Warren County.
According to a release from the Department of Natural Resources, Cadle was seen holding a firearm along the roadway. When officers approached him, Cadle entered a wooded area and reappeared on the roadway without the firearm.
Officers later found the firearm in the wooded area.
Cadle's hunting privileges have been suspended. Cadle is also a convicted felon and is prohibited from possessing a firearm under federal law.
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