Agents with the Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement arrested a Marydel man Nov. 9 and charged him with violating numerous deer hunting regulations.


Agents with the Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement arrested a Marydel man Nov. 9 and charged him with violating numerous deer hunting regulations.
 
According to Sgt. Gregory Rhodes, Joel E. Marousek, 46, stands charged with two counts of failing to tag antlerless deer; two counts of failing to register antlerless deer; three counts of failing to tag antlered deer; two counts of possession of illegally taken antlered deer; one count of failing to register antlered deer; two counts of butchering antlered deer prior to registration; one count of hunting antlered deer during archery season with a weapon other than bow and arrow; and one count of license forgery/misrepresentation.

He was arraigned in Justice of the Peace Court No. 3 in Georgetown and released on $9,450 unsecured bond, with a trial pending in the Court of Common Pleas.

Citizens are encouraged to report fish and wildlife violations to the Delaware Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Section at 739-4580.