MT: Broadwater County men plead guilty to poaching elk
December 7, 2013
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Three Broadwater County men have pleaded
guilty to various charges involving the killing of two bull elk.
70-year-old Arnold Kolberg and 36-year-old Ronnie Nehring
pleaded guilty Monday with unlawful possession of a game animal and
obstructing justice for concealing an elk in a hay stack.
Twenty-nine-year-old Skyler Kolberg, Arnold Kolberg's grandson,
pleaded guilty to hunting without a license, unlawful possession of
a game animal, and for conspiracy to obstruct justice. Arnold
Kolberg's rifle didn't have a serial number.
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