In December, MDWFP Law Enforcement received a call one early morning about suspicious activity at Enid Lake. Responding to the call, Cpl. Brian Tallent found two individuals who had exceeded the daily creel limit of crappie by 152, as well as other game violations.
“We would like to thank the general public for reporting game violations thereby allowing our officers to further protect our state’s wildlife resources,” said Col. Jerry Carter. “We would also like to thank Cpl. Brian Tallent for his work in this investigation.”