Two-year shooting investigation of Louisiana whooping cranes solved

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Photo: Sara Zimorski/ Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

RAYNE, La. – After an almost two-year investigation, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement agents cited Kaenon A. Constantin, 25, and a juvenile from Rayne, for violating the Endangered Species Act, hunting from a public road and obstruction of justice.

Possible fines and sentences

Violating the Endangered Species Act brings up to a $50,000 fine and a year in jail.  Hunting from a public road carries up to a $15,000 fine and six months in jail.  Obstruction of justice brings up to 10 years in jail.

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  1. I am so glad these guys have been identified & really hope they can be made an example of what they did & there will be a hefty fine & jail time. Such a mean spirited crime.

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