Twelve men enter pleas on charges of poaching September 9, 2011 Kansas

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Twelve men enter pleas on charges of poaching September 9, 2011 Kansas, Kansas.com

... men from Texas and Louisiana made pleas to deer poaching-related charges in US District Court on Thursday. Five entered guilty pleas and received penalties of up to $15000 in fines and restitution and three years suspension from hunting ...Investigations found Camp Lone Star staff and clients illegally shot deer out of season, shot them with rifles during archery season and shot them after dark with the use of spotlights and night-vision optics. Clients also put illegal permits on deer and shot over the state-mandated limit of one buck per year.



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