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ME: Park Ranger Accused of Night Hunting

Park Ranger Accused of Night Hunting

September 24, 2008

An assistant Allagash wilderness waterway park ranger accused of hunting moose at night and out of season has been placed on paid administrative leave.

Reid Caron of Allagash is one of two people scheduled to appear in court in December to answer to those charges. Authorities say the other man charged is Jess McBrearty of Allagash.

Caron has been a park ranger for about seven years. Authorities say Caron told them he was having a hard time getting by so he and his friend went to get some moose meat.

McBrearty faces additional charges including shooting from a vehicle and growing marijuana.

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