Deer Poaching Case in Grundy County

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A detailed investigation led Grundy County Sergeant Brandon Selvog and Sequatchie County Officer Shawn Edgmon to file a strong case in Grundy County involving three illegal white-tail bucks and a stolen weapon.

The deer and firearm were seized. The firearm was stolen in 1995 from a residence in Sequatchie County. The owner was able to regain possession of the Winchester Model 70 Lightweight .270 caliber rifle and a scope.

The TWRA asks that residents help stop illegal activity in your area. Call the Middle Tennessee poaching hotline at 1-800-255-8972.

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