- Associated Press - Monday, March 28, 2016

HICKMAN, Neb. (AP) - Lancaster County authorities say two people were cited after deputies caught them with a cooked goose, two more dead ones and 42 goose eggs.

The Sheriff’s Office says deputies found the two fishing Sunday at Wagon Train Lake near Hickman. The deputies spotted the cooked goose and then found the two other dead Canada geese and the eggs in the anglers’ vehicle. The 40 eggs that weren’t cracked were turned over to Nebraska Game and Parks officials.

The two were cited on suspicion of possessing Canada geese out of season, which ended in early February.

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