Lone Star Law has followed up on Texas Game Wardens even with the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. We followed up with several of the other Wardens as they ventured into the State of Texas to try and keep citizens and wildlife safe. In this episode, we will go to four counties namely, Orange County, Limestone County, Galveston, and Val Verde County. The Texas Game Keepers in focus in this episode are Clint Caywood and Raj Ataya in Orange County, Dustin Delgado in Limestone County, Jennifer Provaznik in Galveston and; Ally Hatten and Beau Hester in Val Verde County.
Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 10 Recap
Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 10 titled “Caught in the Crossfire” sees Texas Game Supervisors maintaining Law and Order in four States:
Here under the orders were Texas Game Wardens, Clint Caywood and Raj Ataya. As they patrol the waters, they carry out routine checks of incoming ships. They had committed several offenses including drinking but considering the driver was still conscious, they were given a verbal warning and there was no citation. Then they headed to the ground where they found two men and a woman doing something suspicious. They don’t have a fishing license but are trying to catch them. The guards get their IDs and ask them to be honest about past events. They are given a quote for fishing without a permit, a fine which will be decided by the judge. At the end of the episode, we learned that they never appeared so an arrest warrant was issued
The wardens were called by radio to board a boat with an injured man. They head to Lottie’s boat lane where a man’s finger on the boat is cut off. The man was shocked and upon questioning we found that it was an accident while jumping from the boat.
We followed up with Dustin Delgado who at the start of his patrol caught two men as they claimed they were looking for hunting. But considering that they even opened the drink container and also admitted to being drunk. He gave them a quote for having an open container on top of a running motor vehicle. Elsewhere, the old couple’s house is fired at night. The bullet came from one of the neighboring houses, which had been hunting for hogs at night. Unable to find anything at night, Dustin returns in the morning when he gets the info. While following up, a man admitted to shooting the hogs around that time frame. He is given a quote for fire release outside the property line.
Jennifer Provaznik after walking her dog to check out crab hunting. Crabs that are caught should not be more than 5 inches deep while those that will be roasted can experience a 5% reduction in size. While on patrol, he found a family fishing for crabs. They don’t have a fishing license so they get a warning. The child, under 17 years of age, is legally permitted to fish, but that has not happened to his family.
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Val Verde County
Here, Ally Hatten and Beau Hester patrol the Devil’s River in their Kayak. It is a clean, untouched 19 mile river that is illegal to dump. It is their job to make sure that visitors keep the place clean. At night, they returned to patrol where they found a camp. They had all the necessary resources so the Wardens left immediately.
When will Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 11 be released?
Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 11 titled “Guns and Meth” will be released on March 21, 2021. Episodes by Lone Star Law are released at 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT every Sunday. Make sure to change the above times to your local time zone to watch the episodes as they air. You can watch episodes by Lone Star Law at Animal world or Discovery Channel while they are airborne. You can even stream it on their website or on Amazon Prime video, YouTube TV, Sky TV, Vudu, FuboTV and DirecTV.
Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 11 Preview
Lone Star Law Season 9 Episode 11 titled “Guns and Meth” will follow Ben and Chelsea Bailey. They are both husband and wife as well as Texas Game Supervisors. During a routine check, they discovered several illegal drugs. Elsewhere, in other countries, crimes are common because certain civilians trespass and become trapped in a dangerous restricted area. Finally, Texas Game Warden, James Cummings faces a difficult situation when he tries to track down and track down a man who threatens to injure himself.
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