Three ticketed by New York State DEC for dumping pallets on state land in DePeyster
DEPEYSTER — Three people were ticketed by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation for dumping pallets on state land in preparation for a party on May 6.
According to a report from the DEC, the charges came after Forest Ranger Terry responded to a complaint about truckloads of pallets being driven onto state land and left in a pile in a large field on the Fish Creek Wildlife Management Area.While investigating the area, a white pickup truck drove up to the original pile of pallets with an additional load, DEC said.
Ranger Terry spoke to the driver and determined a party was planned for the following evening.
Ranger Terry issued tickets to the three people responsible for illegally depositing the trash on state land, DEC said.