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Quick Justice For Nonresident Elk, Deer Poachers In Idaho Case October 26th, 2012

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Quick Justice For Nonresident Elk, Deer Poachers In Idaho Case October 26th, 2012,  IDFG Press Release
     After several days of intense investigation, Fish and Game conservation officers descended on a “hunting” camp in Hazard Creek to interview suspects and issue citations.  When the dust settled, 16 citations and five warnings were issued to seven poachers from Nevada, Minnesota and the Idaho community of Harrison. Two elk and two deer were also seized in the largest poaching operation taken down so far this season.
     Despite the fact that the violations occurred in Idaho County, arrangements were made for the nonresidents to appear in Adams County court on Monday, October 22 while on their way home. The resident suspect will appear in Idaho County court at Grangeville on November 6.  Each of the poachers pled guilty.



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