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    SB18 - Purple paint = No trespassing?

    SB18 up for discussion this week. My take away was that a purple vertical line 8Ēx1Ē or greater will be equal to a no trespass sign.

    Sounds like a neat idea for land owners etc but how will they get the word out to the trespassers?

    http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/ViewDo...aspx?d=1074451

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    Yes, trying to find an 8"x1" purple line on a tree is much better than a sign...

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    Makes it hard for them to steal a purple line.

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    I thought they got rid of that sign crap years ago
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    This was my trespassing story from 2012


    Two Men Charged With Numerous Night Hunting Violations
    [1] http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/print/36028 Printable Version [2]
    Release Date: 10/29/2012

    Enforcement - Agent behind truck [3]
    Oct. 29, 2012 -- Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited two men for alleged night hunting violations and cruelty to animals on Oct. 27 in East Baton Rouge and East Feliciana parishes.

    During the early morning hours of Oct. 27, agents received information of possible night hunting activity in the northern section of East Baton Rouge Parish. Agents investigated the area and found Ryan Stogner, 20, of Denham Springs, and Nicholas Tarver, 21, of Zachary, involved in night hunting activities.

    After further investigation, agents were able to track and locate a white tail doe deer the pair had shot and killed earlier in the night off of Pride/Port Hudson Road. Agents also learned that the two men had shot and killed a personally owned malamute husky belonging to a couple in East Feliciana Parish along Hwy. 409 earlier in the night.

    Agents cited the two men with two counts each for taking deer during illegal hours, taking deer from a public road, hunting from a moving vehicle, hunting without basic and big game licenses and violating deer tagging regulations in East Baton Rouge and East Feliciana parishes. Stogner was also cited for discharging a firearm from a public road in both parishes. Both men were also cited for aggravated cruelty to animals in East Feliciana Parish for killing the husky.

    Agents seized one whitetail deer along with one malamute husky, a Remington .308 rifle with scope and a Q-beam spotlight.

    Hunting or taking deer during illegal hours brings a $900 to $950 fine and up to 120 days in jail for each count. Hunting or taking deer from a public road carries a $100 to $350 fine and up to 60 days in jail for each count. Hunting from a moving vehicle brings a $250 to 500 and up to 90 days in jail for each count. Hunting without basic and big game licenses carries a $50 fine and up to 15 days in jail for each count. Violating deer tagging regulations brings a $100 to $300 fine and up to 60 days in jail for each count. Discharging a firearm from a public road carries a $50 fine and up to 30 days in jail for each count.

    Aggravated cruelty to animals brings a $5,000 to $25,000 fine and between one and 10 years in prison plus possible court ordered physiological evaluation.

    In addition to the criminal penalties, both men are subject to pay restitution in the amount of $800 to $1,000 for the malamute husky back to the owners and $1,624.61 for the deer to the state.

    Agents participating in this case were Sgt. Randy Lanoux and Lt. Will Roberts. Deputies from the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office also assisted agents in this case.

    For more information, contact Adam Einck at aeinck@wlf.la.gov [4] or 225-765-2465.

    Submitted by aeinck [5] on Mon, 10/29/2012 - 11:36am



    Not in this report but EBRSO charged one with Criminal Trespassing. She the EBRSO deputy charged the shooter with CT but not the driver that drove his truck out in my pasture looking for the deer and to pick up the shooter.
    When she came to talk to me after they had them stopped about 4 miles from here she said Game Wardens would handle the other charges and she was doing the Trespassing charges. Wanted to know if I wanted to press charges. I asked where they, she said she didn't have all their names yet but that one of them said he knew her son. Then told me not to let that influence whether to press charges and I saw it wouldn't.
    Guess who didn't get charged when I read her report. The one that knew her son. She didn't like me too much after I talked to some of her bosses at the office and the DA did charge him after they heard the story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie12 View Post
    I thought they got rid of that sign crap years ago
    I remember hearing the same thing. I don’t know what the reasoning is behind the proposed bill...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboy View Post
    I remember hearing the same thing. I don’t know what the reasoning is behind the proposed bill...
    Maybe a loop hole for trespassers saying they didn't see a sign
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    A little more reading finds that the bill admits itís not required to have it marked/posted and it keeps it that way with the proposed bill. I guess their saying.... even though you donít have to do it in the first place, hereís another way you COULD mark it.

    I guess itís another piece of legislation thatíll make you wonder WHY?

    Present law provides that no person can enter any structure, watercraft, or movable, or any immovable property, owned by another without express, legal, or implied authorization.

    Proposed law retains present law and adds that, although it is not required by present law or proposed law, notice that entrance upon any structure, watercraft, movable, or immovable property owned by another is prohibited may be indicated by either of the following:

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    Marksman

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    Every square inch of non-public land in Louisiana is by law already legally posted and no signs or fence is required. Why do we need this new purple paint law?

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    Not a Fed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highstandard40 View Post
    Every square inch of non-public land in Louisiana is by law already legally posted and no signs or fence is required. Why do we need this new purple paint law?
    I know it's crazy. There is a facebook page called Abandoned Louisiana and people go all over the state wanted to look at old abandoned places. Some have been up in the the Jackson area at the old hospital and on La 68 north of Jackson were they filmed a movie with a movie set out in the hills in a pasture. I told them they might go to jail that the landowners in East Feliciana don't play and neither do the Judges. And you would think I did something to them and they say they don't see any posted signs. I tell them what the law is and to go do what they want and to have bail money
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