TWRA Seized Contraband On Auction Block

Wednesday, April 5, 2006

A sale of personal property seized by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers will be held in Cumberland, Fentress, Hamilton, McMinn, Meigs, Morgan, Pickett, Polk, Rhea, Roane, Scott, Sequatchie, White and Van Buren counties.

TWRA wildlife officers seize various items involved in wildlife violations each year. After the violators have been before the court, any of the items seized that have been declared to be contraband by the court are then ordered to be sold by the TWRA.

This sale will be held at the front door of the County Courthouse and each item will be sold to the highest bidder.

The following is a list of the contraband items to be sold, along with a description of the items:

CUMBERLAND COUNTY COURTHOUSE, CROSSVILLE April 15, 2006 –10:00 a.m.

One (1) Knight .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 002874

FENTRESS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, JAMESTOWN April 15, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) 1987 Glasstream 1550 Pro Bass boat, 15’5”, HIN/GSY20376G787,
with trailer (ser.# 0374155687), and motor (ser.# C1097347)

One (1) 1999 Kawasaki Prairie 400 ATV, VIN/JKAVFKC11XB502948

One (1) Remington Model 700 rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. F6218787, with Leupold scope

One (1) Winchester Model 670A rifle, .30-06 caliber, bolt action, ser. no. G186177, with Simmons scope

One (1) Marlin .30-30 caliber rifle, ser. no. 7077401

One (1) Marlin .30-30 caliber rifle, lever action, ser. no. 24042477,
with Tasco scope and sling

One (1) Ruger Model M77 Mark II rifle, .300 magnum caliber,
ser. no. 790-14550, with Bushnell scope

One (1) Mossberg Model 500A shotgun, 12 gauge pump, ser. no. P195716

One (1) Ruger 10/22 rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. 256 30656

One (1) Winchester Model 250 rifle, .22 caliber, lever action,
ser. no. 775333, with Simmons scope

Two (2) Spotlights

HAMILTON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, CHATTANOOGA April 15, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Savage Arms Model 954 LS rifle, .22 caliber, semi-auto, ser. no. L172231

One (1) Remington Model 700 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 6888007, with Simmons Whitetail 3x9-40 wide-angle scope

One (1) Savage bolt action rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. F624360, with BSA 3-12x50 scope

One (1) Traditions Buckhunter in-line muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber,
blued/synthetic stock, ser. no. 14-13-011987-97, with Simmons Prohunter 4x12 40mm nylon sling

One (1) Excaliber crossbow with scope and six (6) arrows in quiver

One (1) Matthews compound bow with sights, quiver and three (3) arrows with broadheads

One (1) Matthews Solo-cam compound bow with sights, quiver and three (3) carbon arrows

One (1) Jennings Carbon Extreme compound bow, ser. no. 846121, with sights, quiver and three (3) arrows

One (1) Old Man climbing treestand

One (1) Fanny pack with binoculars

One (1) Fanny pack

MCMINN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, ATHENS April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Marlin Model 25MN rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. 00321960, with Simmons 3-9x40 scope

One (1) Norinco JW-15 rifle, .22 LR caliber, bolt action, ser. no. 9411237

MEIGS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, DECATUR April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Ruger Mark II Target rifle, .22 caliber LR, ser. no. 225-92731

One (1) Ruger M77 Mark II rifle, .300 Win. magnum caliber, ser. no. 790-26658, w/Leupold 3x9x50 Rifleman scope

One (1) Norinco SKS rifle, 7.62x39 mm, ser. no. 9081179, with 4x20 scope, canvas sling and camo stock

One (1) Knight LK-93 muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 48575, with Tasco Bantam 2.5x20 scope and sling

One (1) CVA Optima Pro Muzzleloader SS, ser. no. 61-13-088516-03, with Bushnell 4z12x40 scope

One (1) McPherson Hornet compound bow, ser. no. 11270002, with five (5) carbon arrrows

One (1) PSE Infinity Thunderbolt bow, ser. no. 0438640, with three (3) Carbon Express arrows

One (1) Parker Magnum crossbow, ser. no. 574-1815, with Simmons Red Dot scope, Butler Creek sling and three (3) bolts

One (1) Hunters View climbing treestand

MORGAN COUNTY COURTHOUSE, WARTBURG April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Winchester 7mm rifle, bolt action, with black stock, ser. no. G2446629, with black Simmons 6x18x40 scope, ser. no. 807721

Two (2) Hand-held spotlights (one camo & one black)

PICKETT COUNTY COURTHOUSE, BYRDSTOWN April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) BPI New Frontier Wind River magnum muzzleloading rifle,
ser. no. 61-13-048817-03, with Tasco scope

One (1) Winchester Model 140 shotgun, 12 gauge, semi-auto, ser. no. N1046352

One (1) Mossberg 702 Plinkster rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. EEA175695, with Powerline scope

POLK COUNTY COURTHOUSE, BENTON April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Mossberg Model 835 Ultra Mag shotgun, 12 gauge, camo, ser. no. UM6833139

One (1) Red flashlight

RHEA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, DAYTON April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster rifle, .30-06 caliber,
ser. no. A6988483

One (1) Walther PPK/S pistol, .380 caliber, ser. no. 031340

One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle, .270 Win. caliber,
ser. no. G2411589, with scope

One (1) Savage Model 110 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. F206190,
with Simmons scope and sling

One (1) Marlin Model 30AW rifle, ser. no. 90993594, with Tasco 3-9x40 scope

One (1) Thompson Center Arms muzzleloading rifle, Model Encore 209x50 magnum, ser. no. 560978, with Leupold 4x12 Vari-X III scope

One (1) Remington Model 11-87 shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. PC566681

One (1) Rossi muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no. T1727150M, with BSA scope

One (1) Garrity spotlight

One (1) Spotlight

One (1) Hunting knife

ROANE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, KINGSTON April 22, 2006 10:00 a.m.

One (1) PSE Stingray compound bow, ser. no. 1298202, with five (5) carbon arrows and quiver

One (1) Summit climbing treestand

SCOTT COUNTY COURTHOUSE, HUNTSVILLE April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Marlin lever action rifle, .30-03 caliber, ser. no. 22016700

One (1) Cabela’s Hawken muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no. 345036

One (1) Hand-held spotlight

SEQUATCHIE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, DUNLAP April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Remington Model 740 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 216-052, with Bushnell 3x-9x Banner scope

One (1) Knight .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 003310,
with Simmons 3x-9x scope

VAN BUREN COURTHOUSE, SPENCER April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) New England Firearms Handi-Rifle, 7mm-08 Rem., ser. no.
NU210567, with Simmons 3x9x40 scope

One (1) Savage Model 110 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. E973514,
with Deerfield 3x9 scope

WHITE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, SPARTA April 22, 2006 – 10:00 a.m.

One (1) Marlin .22 caliber rifle, semi-automatic, ser. no. 14425119,
with Tasco scope

Said sale of any firearms open only to persons 18 years of age or older and legally capable of possessing a firearm under federal and state laws.


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