EATON, Ind. (WANE) A Delaware taxidermist has been ordered to return items he purchased from customers after his arrest Tuesday.
Shawn Huntington, owner of Buck Fever Taxidermy in Eaton, was jailed and charged with corrupt business manipulation and multiple thefts. The press release from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division did not provide specific details.
The court has ordered Huntington to return all property to customers who have contracted with Buck Fever Taxidermy.
All Buck Fever Taxidermy customers wishing to return their property must attend on one of the two dates designated for the exchange, as Huntington is not authorized to return property outside of those dates.
Customers must bring all receipts, canceled checks, or other items that could prove ownership of an item, as well as valid ID. If the property owner is unable to attend one of these appointments in person, they can send a representative with the documentation.
The dates customers can pick up their items from Indiana Conservation Officers Headquarters District 4, 3734 Mounds Road at Anderson, 46017, phone 765-649-1062 are:
- Friday, January 13, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
- Saturday, January 14, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
Return of property does not relieve Huntington or Buck Fever Taxidermy of civil liability. Any further refund of money or damage to the items must be dealt with in a civil proceeding.
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