FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Deputy chief Chris Doyle of the BC Conservation Officer Service said today that a Tumbler Ridge resident was involved in a court case of note.
In July of 2015, Conservation Officers received a complaint about a Tumbler Ridge resident who was allegedly selling wildlife meat.
An investigation was launched and it was confirmed that the suspect was selling the meat.
In January of this year, 2 counts of trafficking wildlife meat were approved. Recently, according to Doyle, David Sanders pleaded guilty to both counts and was also fined $2400. He is also not to be in possession of a hunting or fishing license until December 31st of 2017.