Louisiana Wildlife Agents have cited two Lafayette men for allegedly dumping 80 sacks of dead crawfish.

KLFY-TV 10 reports that the men allegedly dumped the sacks of crawfish at Hebert’s boat launch in Vermilion Parish.

The news station reports that Adam M. Ory, 20, and Austin R. Barbier, 23, both of Lafayette, were then identified as the two men in a truck dumping the crawfish

LDWF reports that the two men were cited for gross littering.

KLFY reports "Ory was also cited for selling or buying fish without a retail seafood license, violating interstate commerce regulations, and failing to maintain records."

When the two men reportedly returned to Louisiana, they allegedly dumped the dead crawfish that they could not sell while in other states.

Gross littering carries up to a $900 fine, up to 30 days in jail, and 16 hours of community service in a litter abatement program.

To read more on these arrests, visit KLFY.

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