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Woman caught selling live rattler
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A Harrison Ferry woman has been fined after she attempted to sell a live rattlesnake to an undercover wildlife officer.The woman, Lynn A. Barr, 54, entered a plea before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke to the charge of illegal transportation of wildlife and was assessed a $50 plus court costs fine. Her fine comes after officials with the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency found out Barr was offering a rattlesnake for sale. It is illegal to sell such wildlife in Tennessee.After hearing of the offer, a wildlife officer made contact with Barr and arranged a meeting.