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AK: Michigan man fined for hunting violations in Alaska

Associated Press 8:02 PM CDT, October 14, 2008

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A 47-year-old Michigan man has been fined $25,000 and put on five years probation for hunting violations in Alaska.

Kent Milo Kaiser, a resident of Niles, Mich., was sentenced in federal court in Fairbanks for his conviction of interstate transportation of unlawfully taken or possessed wildlife.

He's also prohibited from hunting anywhere in the United States for five years.

According to court records, the Michigan man claimed Alaska residency in order to obtain Alaska resident hunting licenses and resident big game tags in 2001, 2003 and 2004.

Using these tags, officials say he participated in the taking of a grizzly bear on the North Slope, three deer on Kodiak Island and a moose and transporting the trophies out of state.

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