Georgia man arrested for illegal logging of Oak timber

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March 17, 2021 - Tennessee, United States

A Georgia man was arrested for harvesting old-growth Oak timber on National Park land on Lookout Mountain. The man was identified as a suspect after an investigating park ranger visited a sawmill specializing in old-growth White Oak trees in Alabama.

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