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True Stories of the Oregon State Patrol

True Stories of the Oregon State Police

NEWPORT — State Fish and Game Trooper Andrew Butler didn’t have to run down the suspect in a case of alleged poaching on the Siletz River — instead, he found Mosher A. Hall, 37, of Siletz, at the county jail.

“OSP received information of a subject retaining steelhead on the Siletz River on May 5, 2020 and again on May 4, 2020 while the subject did not possess a valid 2020 Resident Angling License or Combined Angling Tag,” reported Butler. “On May 5 the subject was contacted at the Lincoln County Jail where he was interviewed and subsequently issued cite and release citations.”


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