The Missouri Conservation Commission met on Thursday, Feb. 16, for its closed session and on Friday, Feb. 17, for its regular open meeting at Conservation Department Headquarters in Jefferson City.

The Commission suspended or revoked one or more hunting, fishing, or trapping privileges of 18 people for cause:

• James R. Barker, Holts Summit, hunting & fishing, two years.

• Jeremy P. Basham, Belle, all sport, one year.

• Logan R. Black, Moody, hunting, three years.

• Collin R. Burns, Stockton, hunting, three years.

• Jason W. Dibben, Buffalo, hunting, adding one year.

• Jennifer L. Eldridge, Fortuna, all sport, one year.

• Ethan J. Fitzgerald, Belleview, hunting, three years.

• Aleksey L. Foksha, Inman (South Carolina), fishing, one year.

• Eli E. Hubbard, Stockton, hunting, one year.

• Robert A. Marler, Matthews, hunting & fishing, two years.

• Gabriel J. Pique, House Springs, all sport, must comply with Arkansas.

• Christopher J. Robertson, Chester (Arkansas), hunting & fishing, one year.

• Travis L. Sharp, Taylor, fishing, one year.

• Trendyl D. Shiverdeck, Glenallen, all sport, one year.

• Randy J. Tackitt, Willow Springs, hunting, one year.

• Lal Thang, Kansas City (Kansas), fishing, one year.

• Justin L. Wigginton, Caruthersville, commercial fishing, one year.

• Benjamin A. Wood, Clarence, all sport, one year.

• Suspended or revoked all hunting and fishing privileges of 413 people who were not in compliance with applicable child support laws.

• Suspended or revoked one or more hunting, fishing, and trapping privileges of 678 people in accordance with the terms of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.