Three Arrested for Hunting Violations Near Neighborhood

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BRYAN Three people are in jail after going deer hunting near a Bryan neighborhood.

23-year-old Trenton Lee-Von Muth and Chase Robert Herrmann, and 20-year-old Angela Marie Starkey, are being charged with Taking Certain Wildlife Without Consent of the Landowner. On November 13th of last year, the three were caught shooting at White Tail Deer off Austin's Colony Parkway around 4 o'clock in the morning. Bryan Police found Muth and Starkey in a white Dodge pick-up on Austin's Colony Parkway. They told game wardens that Herrmann was off in the woods.

Muth and Starkey said that Herrmann fired shots near the Premiere Cinema and Sam Rayburn Middle School and was out in the woods looking for the deer. According to the arrest report, Herrmann called another person to come and pick him up at Sam Rayburn Middle School. Game wardens said the Herrmann was texting back and forth about looking the deer. The three of them were arrested and charged with Hunting White Tail Deer with Artificial Light and Hunting Deer from a Vehicle.

Game wardens followed up with the land owner, who wanted to press charges. The warden went to the place the three said the deer was shot. In his report, he says he found an eight point white tail buck with a fatal neck wound. Muth, Herrmann and Starkey were all charged with Taking Wildlife Resources Without Consent of Landowner. Each of them are in the Brazos County Jail under $4,000 bond.