7 sharks found in New York man’s home before his arrest on trafficking charges

Joshua Seguine, of LaGrangeville, N.Y., was arrested Tuesday for allegedly keeping seven live sandbar sharks in an aboveground pool in his home. (A file image of a sandbar shark is pictured) (REUTERS/Paul Hanna PH/MA) A man has been arrested for allegedly keeping seven sandbar sharks in an aboveground pool in his New York home with intent to sell them online, officials said Wednesday. Joshua Seguine, 38, of LaGrangeville, N.Y., was charged with the illegal commercialization of fish, shellfish, crustaceans and wildlife on Tuesday, according to a release from New York Attorney General Letitia James. Police from the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), along with biologists from the Long Island Aquarium and the Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium, searched Seguine’s house and found the
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