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Regulations, rules, training

District 14 - East Metro area

Last updated: 2017-01-17

CO Vuthy Pril (ELCOP) checked trout ice anglers over the weekend. He worked snowmobile and ATV enforcement on area lakes and trails. He also investigated a complaint of a possible small game violation in Ramsey County and assisted with the Wall of Shame TIP trailer.

CO Jake Willis (Maplewood) had a busy week with many people out enjoying the winter weather. With the good ice conditions there were many anglers out, and with the added snow the snowmobile trails have vastly improved. CO Willis also spoke with a Minnesota Studies class at North St. Paul High School about the career path of a conservation officer. Enforcement action was taken for no license in possession, no fishing license, too many lines, fishing prior to legal hours on a designated trout lake, fail to display ATV registration, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

CO Scott Arntzen (Forest Lake) spent the week checking anglers and monitoring snowmobile and ATV activity. He worked the fur registration station at Carlos Avery. CO Arntzen also spent time doing follow up on deer cases and handled a nuisance animal call.

CO Tony Salzer (Ham Lake) continued assisting with an ongoing investigation in Anoka County and attended meetings in St. Paul. CO Salzer also worked the trout opener at Cenaiko Lake. Several violations were observed and enforcement action was taken.

CO Joe Kulhanek (Hastings) spent the weekend monitoring trout angling in the south metro. Success was fair with anglers catching some fish. He also patrolled on snowmobile and did equipment maintenance. Enforcement action for the week included no license in possession, no angling license, and possession of controlled substance.

White Bear Lake vacant.

Metro Officer - vacant.

Eagan vacant.