Pennsylvania Game News - February 2015 - 49
Deer hunters reminded to report all harvests
With the deer seasons about to come
to a close, the Game Commission is issuing one last reminder to hunters to
report any and all deer harvests from
the 2014-15 seasons.
By law, harvests must be reported
within 10 days.
H o w e v e r, G a m e C o m m i s s i o n
Executive Director R. Matthew Hough
said those who miss the deadline and
report late will not be prosecuted.
"So please report your harvests,"
Hough said. "The more hunters who report, the better the information we have
at our disposal when making deer- and
Prints presented to prosecution team
Game Commission shows appreciation to Adams County prosecutors, counselors, police.
In a brief, but emotional
presentation recently at the
Adams County Courthouse,
Game Commission Executive
Director R. Matthew Hough
presented sets of framed art
prints to members of the team
that worked to secure a conviction in the murder of Wildlife
Conservation Officer David L.
The prints, created from
courtroom sketches artist
Dana Bellis drew previously
for Game News, were produced
in limited number and are not
available to the general public.
Adams County District
Attorney Shawn Wagner and
Montgomery County First
Assistant District Attorney
Kevin Steele, who assisted in
prosecuting Christopher L.
Johnson in Grove's murder,
each graciously accepted the
prints, as did troopers from the
Pennsylvania State Police barracks in Gettysburg.
Hough thanked all in attendance for their work in the case.
During a recent trip to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Game
Commission Executive Director R. Matthew Hough presented sets of art prints as a showing of appreciation
to prosecutors, police and victim-witness office staff
for their efforts to convict the man responsible for the
2011 murder of WCO David L. Grove. Holding prints are
Montgomery County prosecutor Kevin Steele, on left,
and Adams County District Attorney Shawn Wagner.
Hough is pictured at right, with David L. Grove's father,
Dana Grove, behind him.