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Atchafalaya Basin Seafood Dealers Charged With Felonies
Category: General
Date: 10/3/2000
Source: LA Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries

2000-226
ATCHAFALAYA BASIN SEAFOOD DEALERS CHARGED WITH FELONIES

On Sept. 27, Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Law Enforcement Division Special Investigative Unit agents arrested the owners of Atchafalaya Basin Seafood of Krotz Springs. Larry J. Martinez Jr., 37, and Carrol B. Snyder, 38, both of Krotz Springs, were booked into St. Landry Parish Jail for alleged failure to maintain records of seafood transactions, forgery and as fugitives of East Baton Rouge Parish. Snyder and Martinez were later booked in to East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for filing false public documents. The charges stemmed from an investigation which revealed that Martinez and Snyder failed to maintain fish or seafood transaction records for over 1.1 million pounds of fish or seafood in 1999 and 2000.

The penalty for failure to maintain records is a fine of $250-$500 or up to 90 days in jail, or both, plus court costs. The penalty for forgery is a fine of not more than $5000 or up to 10 years in jail with or without hard labor, or both, plus court costs. The penalty for filing false public documents is a fine of not more than $5,000 or up to five years in jail with or without hard labor, or both, plus court costs. Agents participating in the case were LDWF Sr. Agent Louis Burnett, Sr. Agent Jay Diez and Agent Sean Green.

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