A Creston man is facing eleven charges related to illegal hunting and allegedly shooting at deer and the possession of a conrolled substance, according to three criminal complaints filed against Justin Ross Whited, 32, who was incarcerated in Central Regional Jail.

In two criminal complaints filed by NRP officer Charles Stephens, Whited is charged with hunting while revoked second offense, hunting closed season, hunting closed season, hunting from a motor vehicle, loaded gun in a motor vehicle, shooting from a roadway, hunting without written permission, fleeing on foot, conspiracy to violate Chapter 20, and obstruction.

In a third criminal complaint, Trooper David C. Moore filed charges against Whited for possession of controlled substance, two generic Xanax pills found in is pocket.

NRP Stephens stopped a vehicle on Stutler Road with Whited and two other individuals, one giving a statement to the officer that Whited shot at a deer. The complaint says a shot deer was not found.

Whited's privilege to hunt had been suspended because of unpaid fines related to an incident in 2012.

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