Ohio wildlife officers catch man who kept littering, warning others to clean up their mess

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In the late winter weeks of one deer season, Nathan Cass found dozens of empty beer bottles along the side of a Crawford County road.

There were so many that he knew the litterbug would need to be caught eventually.

“That can be kind of a busy time of year for us,” the county’s ODNR wildlife officer said. “Then we got some snow, so the bottles got covered up and didn’t really cross my mind too much until that spring after the snow melted.”

Once the weather broke, Cass embarked on a monthslong surveillance that ended with him catching the culprit in the act.

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