Fayette County authorities have filed numerous charges against two northeast Iowa teens for running a poaching ring. 17-year-old Cody Farr of Hawkeye is being charged with 22 counts of shooting from a highway, seven counts of taking deer with a rifle, abandonment of wildlife, taking deer out of season, 21 counts of manner of conveyance, and 11 other game and fish violations. 18-year-old Brady Snyder of Waucoma was charged with seven counts of shooting from a highway, manor of conveyance, two counts of abandonment of wildlife, taking deer out of season, taking deer with a rifle, and 5 other game and fish violations. Both teens are also will be charged with shooting road signs and other criminal mischief, and could face more charges. Several deer, rabbits, pheasants and 22 high-powered rifle were confiscated. The week-long investigation was conducted by the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department, Fayette County Conservation, and Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
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