Game warden charged with theft from Bass Pro resigns

A game warden who was in uniform when he was charged with stealing hunting arrowheads from Bass Pro Shops has resigned. James Hudson II, 56, of Wetumpka, was charged with misdemeanor theft, Prattville Police Department reports show. Hudson resigned from the Alabama Department of Conservation after his arrest, confirmed Chuck Sykes, director of the agency’s division of wildlife and freshwater fisheries.

Hudson could not be reached for comment, and Prattville Municipal Court records show he doesn’t have an attorney. On Oct. 23, Hudson was in uniform and driving his state issued pickup truck when he allegedly stole two sets of broad heads from the sporting goods store, police reports show.

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