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WY: Wyoming men convicted of poaching mule deer

July 3, 2014

From KTVQ.com
CODY, Wyo. - Two Cody men have received heavy fines and suspension of hunting privileges following their conviction for taking buck mule deer without a proper license.
Andrew Dean Rogers and Ira Emanuel Fellows were recently convicted on wildlife charges in separate but related cases.
Rogers, 51, pleaded guilty to taking a buck mule deer without a proper license. Fellows, 61, was found guilty by a jury for taking a buck mule deer during a closed season and without a proper license.
Rogers was ordered to pay $4,540 in fines and restitution and will lose his hunting privileges for three years. Fellows was sentenced by Park County Circuit Court Judge Bruce Waters to pay $8,040 in fines and he will lose his hunting privileges for five years.

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