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Dwayne Duffield

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Conservation Officer

Phone: (651) ***-****  HQ Phone
DNR
500 Layfayette Road
St. Paul, Minnesota 55155
United States

Company Description: The DNR is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state's natural resources for current and future generations.
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DNR Conservation Officer Dwayne ...
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DNR Conservation Officer Dwayne Duffield
Metro News: The Voice of West Virginia
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K.W. Bingaman and Officer Dwayne Duffield filed the charges against 19-year old Joshua Samples, 20-year old Ashley Johnson, and 38-year old Jack Jenkins.
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"They were using a .410 gauge shotgun and rolling up in a field using the headlights, sometimes flashlights or spotlights if they had them, and shooting the deer," said Duffield. "They were just at almost point blank range."
The investigation revealed the shooters didn't bother to collect the deer if it ran out of the range of the lights, unless it was a buck.
"If it was a buck, regardless if they thought they had a good hit on it, they would try to follow up on it and track it," Duffield said on West Virginia Outdoors.
The DNR began looking into an unusually high number of dead deer along the highways and in farm fields of southern Braxton County . Residents began to complain and were fearful the activity could spread from deer to livestock. Duffield began to examine the carcasses and found small caliber bullet wounds in the animals.
The first break came when a Braxton County Deputy was having a discussion with a local teenager about a big rack he had in his possession.
"He explained to Deputy Brady that the deer had been killed, 'the other night," said Duffield.
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"One of the juveniles that we interviewed started laughing half way through the interview," said Duffield. "I was confused as to why he was laughing. I don't think he was aware of what was going on and the scope of how serious this was."
However, the five now face a range of fines and potential jail time if they are convicted. Should they be convicted, the severity of the sentence will be up to a Braxton County Magistrate. Duffield says they've been able to positively connect the group's activity to seven dead deer, but believes the county could be well over 30.
"Some of these people just go out to do this stuff for the fun of it. It seems like the younger people have lost all respect for not only game but everything else," Duffield lamented.
West Virginia Headline News and Talk Radio
elections.wvmetronews.com, 29 April 2010 [cached]
DNR Conservation Officer Dwayne Duffield
K.W. Bingaman and Officer Dwayne ...
forums.wvcdl.org, 23 April 2010 [cached]
K.W. Bingaman and Officer Dwayne Duffield filed the charges against 19-year old Joshua Samples, 20-year old Ashley Johnson, and 38-year old Jack Jenkins.
...
"They were using a .410 gauge shotgun and rolling up in a field using the headlights, sometimes flashlights or spotlights if they had them, and shooting the deer," said Duffield. "They were just at almost point blank range."
The investigation revealed the shooters didn't bother to collect the deer if it ran out of the range of the lights, unless it was a buck.
"If it was a buck, regardless if they thought they had a good hit on it, they would try to follow up on it and track it," Duffield said on West Virginia Outdoors.
The DNR began looking into an unusually high number of dead deer along the highways and in farm fields of southern Braxton County . Residents began to complain and were fearful the activity could spread from deer to livestock. Duffield began to examine the carcasses and found small caliber bullet wounds in the animals.
The first break came when a Braxton County Deputy was having a discussion with a local teenager about a big rack he had in his possession.
"He explained to Deputy Brady that the deer had been killed, 'the other night," said Duffield.
...
"One of the juveniles that we interviewed started laughing half way through the interview," said Duffield. "I was confused as to why he was laughing. I don't think he was aware of what was going on and the scope of how serious this was."
However, the five now face a range of fines and potential jail time if they are convicted. Should they be convicted, the severity of the sentence will be up to a Braxton County Magistrate. Duffield says they've been able to positively connect the group's activity to seven dead deer, but believes the county could be well over 30.
"Some of these people just go out to do this stuff for the fun of it. It seems like the younger people have lost all respect for not only game but everything else," Duffield lamented.
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