Park officials found peanut butter laced razor blades to kill wildlife

In Massachusetts, the Falmouth Marine and Environmental Services and the Massachusetts Environmental Police conducted a joint investigation on Friday in the vicinity of Goodwill Park in Falmouth. Officers discovered evidence of an individual regularly baiting a razor blade with peanut butter to attract wildlife within the park.

According to the Facebook page of the Falmouth Department of Marine and Environmental Services, M Brian McGrath was seen baiting and then watching wildlife being lured to the food. Evidence was captured as squirrels came into contact with the razor while feeding. The razor has been removed, and there have not been any other bait traps found.

M Brian McGrath, 43, was arrested on August 31 and booked at the Massachusetts State Police Barracks. He has been charged with the following criminal violations:

1. Animal Cruelty
2. Reckless Behavior Creating a Risk of Serious Bodily Injury
3. Injuries To Trees

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