WY: Deer poaching costs Casper man hunting privileges
November 16, 2009
Deer poaching costs Casper man hunting privileges
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - A Casper man has been ordered to pay $30,000 and has
lost his hunting and trapping privileges for the next 10 years after
poaching two mule deer near Lusk in 2008.
The state Game and Fish Department says in a news release that Timothy
Alme also forfeited a rifle, which he used to poach the two mule deer, and
cannot accompany any individual on any hunting venture to 10 years.
The release says Alme was charged with the illegal killing of antlered
big game animals without a license and during a closed season. He was also
charged with shooting a big game animal from a vehicle and for hunting,
shooting and killing wildlife from a highway.
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