Your Wednesday Morning Florida Report

PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — Florida wildlife officials say four people, including a mother and son, are facing charges for the theft of 40,000 oysters from a lease belonging to a commercial fishing company.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officials in Pensacola said this week that the four suspects tried to sell the oysters in a nearby county.

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4 Responses to Your Wednesday Morning Florida Report

  1. warhorse says:

    the oysters went missing last month…and they’re just finding them in some guy’s house now?

    the stench must have been horrible…

    • crazyeighter says:

      And just how much manual labor is involved in stealing 40,000 oysters? Dishonest is one thing, but stupid dishonest is something else.

  2. Sanders says:

    When I lived in Louisiana in the late 80’s, the Vietnamese were stealing crawfish traps. They were disappearing into the swamp at a high rate, too. Don’t mess with someone else’s fishing lease.

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