No Health Violations With Road Kill In Rawlins Restaurant
RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — A health inspector has determined that a Rawlins restaurant didn't violate any health regulations when it processed and stored meat from two deer there.
According to the Associated Press, Carbon County health inspector Kevin Krouch said the China House restaurant was sanitary after an inspection was conducted.
Krouch determined two deer were brought to the restaurant, but that they weren't served to public and instead were for personal consumption.
It hasn't been determined whether the meat was road kill that was taken illegally.
Game and Fish officials are still investigating. Moving road-kill animals is illegal unless the animal is tagged by a game warden.