Oregon poachers to spend next 4 deer seasons in jail July 13, 2011


Oregon poachers to spend next 4 deer seasons in jail July 13, 2011 The Outdoor Pressroom Oregon

A father and son who pleaded guilty Tuesday to more than 130 poaching-related charges were sentenced to spend Oregon deer-hunting seasons behind bars through 2014. In what was reportedly the state's largest poaching operation on record, Rory Donoho, 60, and Shane Donoho, 37, must report to the Lane County Jail for a 90-day sentence on Oct. 1, the first day of deer season, for the next four years, in addition to paying fines and restitution totaling $62,000.


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