Florida Fish and Wildlife Officials, K-9 Friar Sniff Out Concealed Trespassers

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K-9 Friar sniffs out concealed weapon trespassers in Florida, FWC officials say. (FWC Image)

(FWC) – Florida Fish and Wildlife officials say two suspects were trespassing on a private leased property to illegally pursue game.

When the suspects were asked by a lease member to leave, they refused.

The concerned hunter called Florida Fish and Wildlife for help and that is when Lieutenant Kiss arrived.

With the trespassers nowhere to be found, Lt. Kiss called in Officer Yates and K-9 Officer Gill, along with his canine partner Friar for some assistance.

After some time, Friar caught the scent of the suspects and located them hiding in the forest.

The two suspects were charged and taken to jail.

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Florida Fish and Wildlife would like to thank the hunter who called them to report this violation and encourage anyone who sees a hunting or fishing violation, to call their Wildlife Alert Hotline at 888-404-3922, text/email Tip@MyFWC.com or report it online at: myfwc.com/contact/wildlife-alert

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