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OSP Fish & Wildlife Investigation Leads to Multiple Charges for Glendale Man
Lieutenant Douglas Ladd
Oregon State Police - Roseburg
Office: (541) 440-3334

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An investigation by Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division troopers led to the arrest Monday of a Glendale man for multiple wildlife crimes including allegations that he was hunting during a court ordered suspension. The man's brother was also cited for wildlife-related offenses, and OSP is seeking additional information related to the investigation.
On February 18, 2008, OSP Senior Trooper Don Frerichs arrested LARRY CARL MUNYON, age 38, from Glendale, and lodged him on 9 class A misdemeanor counts in the Douglas County Jail on the following charges:
  • Hunting Elk During Court Ordered Suspension
  • Hunting Deer During Court Ordered Suspension
  • Unlawful Taking of 6x6 Bull Elk
  • Unlawful Taking of Blacktail Deer
  • Aiding in a Game Crime - Taking Blacktail Deer
  • Aiding in a Game Crime - Fail to Validate Deer Tag
  • Unlawful Possession of Wildlife Parts - 4 sets of Spike Elk Antlers
  • Unlawful Possession of Wildlife Parts - one set of 6x6 Bull Elk Antlers
  • Unlawful Borrowing Big Game Elk Tag
The arrest stemmed from a follow-up investigation after OSP troopers served a search warrant on the suspect's residence on January 20th. As a result of the search warrant a large number of antlers, two rifles and other evidence was seized.
His brother, GREGORY MUNYON, age 35, from Glendale, was cited and released for wildlife misdemeanor crimes of Unlawful Possession of Wildlife - 5-point Bull Elk, Unlawful Exceeding Bag limit of Blacktail Buck Deer, and Aiding in a Game Violation - Taking Spike Blacktail Buck Closed Season.
Anyone with information regarding the investigation is asked to contact Senior Trooper Frerichs at the Roseburg office at (541) 440-3334 extension 4540.