Wildcat hunt in Colorado lands man in jail
— A man in Colorado is behind bars for hunting a wildcat with a hunting rifle, according to a charging document.
Authorities charged 29-year-old Michael Cagle of Carderocks recreational area with criminal trespass and endangering the welfare of a child, according a release.
Cagle, who has a hunting license, was arraigned Friday on the charges.
Authorities found Cagle’s rifle at a cabin on Monday and found a loaded magazine and two loaded rounds of ammunition.
Cagle had been a registered hunter in the state for several years and has been licensed to carry a hunting bow for hunting game in other states, according the release.
The county sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cagliari, a Colorado native who was the second-highest ranked high school student in the country in 2012, was also arrested for violating a hunting permit, the release stated.
Cagles wife said he was not on any hunting license in Colorado.