2007-08-18 / News

Wildlife officer named

COLUMBUS - State Wildlife OfficerBrad St. Clair is now on active duty in FairfieldCounty.

"I am excited to continue my service to Ohio's sportsmen and women and wildlife enthusiasts in FairfieldCounty," said St. Clair. St. Clair, 28, will reside within the county.

St. Clair is originally from Cambridge. He earned an Associates Degree in Fish and Wildlife Management from Hocking College. He comes to FairfieldCounty after serving as a Wildlife Officerin Van Wert County for four years.

His duties as a state wildlife officerinclude wildlife law enforcement tasks along with educational outreach. Other tasks include enforcing Ohio's stream litter law and state criminal laws on property owned or controlled by the Division of Wildlife. He replaces OfficerKirk Kiefer who was promoted to an investigator position.

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