- Category: Investigations
Charges Filed before Magisterial District Judge
FRANKLIN – The Pennsylvania Game Commission has charged an Erie County man with killing a bald eagle.
Daniel Haddix, of Waterford, was charged unlawful taking or possession of game or wildlife for shooting and killing a mature bald eagle. If found guilty, the fine will range from $100 to $200, plus court costs. Restitution for the bald eagle is $2,500.
On Oct. 12, State Game Warden Michael Stutts was sent to investigate a report of a dead bald eagle in McKean Township field near South Hill Road. The recently killed eagle was found across the road from Haddix’s home. After several interviews, SGW Stutts concluded Haddix was responsible.
- Created: 17 October 2018
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