LEHMAN TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) – The Pa. Game Commission has lifted the temporary prohibition on hunting and trapping in some areas of Pike County.
The ban had been in place since last week due to the ongoing manhunt for police ambush suspect Eric Frein, who shot and killed State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson II on Sept. 12th.READ MORE: Woman Beaten To Death With Pipe Inside Old City Office Building, Police Say
As of Friday, hunting and trapping is again permitted in all of Lehman Township and the eastern areas of Blooming Grove and Porter townships.READ MORE: Suspect Arrested After Holding Teen Girl Hostage During Barricade In Overbrook, Police Say
The order also reopens most of State Game Lands 180 within Pike County, including the State Game Lands 183 shooting range in Palmyra Township.
Hunting and trapping does, however, remain closed in all of Greene Township in Pike County and in Price, Barrett and Paradise townships in Monroe County.
Hunters are urged to remain “cautious” and report any suspicious activity to police.MORE NEWS: PennDOT Dealing With Twin Challenges As Latest Winter Storm Bears Down On Philadelphia Region
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