Most Americans are familiar enough with the legal system as it pertains to the accused person. They are charged, innocent until proven guilty in court, and if found guilty, pay...
- Written by Jeff Bear
- Published: February 8th, 2013
Sedona resident Tyler Gavigan pleaded guilty to a criminal violation for unauthorized trail construction in Federal Magistrate Court on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Gavigan was originally cited in September for construction of mountain bike jumps on national forest land in the Red Rock Ranger District near his home on Upper Red Rock Loop Road in Sedona.
Gavigan had created the unauthorized trail in a gulch by removing and clearing a large area of native plants and soil to create jumps on steep hill slopes where the incidence of erosion is greatest. The site required extensive restoration and naturalization to prevent further soil erosion into Oak Creek, less than a mile away.
For the full story, see the Friday, Feb. 8, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.
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