Western Slope man charged with falsely labeling bobcat, trying to sell it in Utah
A 46-year-old Fruita man has been charged with violating federal wildlife preservation laws by allegedly transporting a bobcat across state boundaries for commerce.
Thad Bingham was charged Friday with a felony violation of the Lacey Act by falsely labeling a bobcat and then sending it across state lines for sale, according to U.S. District Court of Denver court records.
The case was prosecuted by an attorney from the federal Environment and Natural Resources Division.
It wasn’t the first time that Bingham faced illegal wildlife charges.
Read more via The Denver Post.
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