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4 charged with hunting violations in Maine

4 charged with hunting violations in Maine

Jan 25, 2011

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) The Maine Warden Service has brought charges against four men following a four-month investigation into illegal hunting in Maine and Pennsylvania.

Officials said Tuesday they uncovered more than 100 violations in Maine following reports of two men exceeding the kill limit for deer last summer. Eventually, the investigation expanded to Pennsylvania, where hundreds more violations were alleged in October and December in Armenia Township.

Wardens identified the four as 31-year-old Everett Tyler Leonard, 19-year-old Carlton "John" Enos, 59-year-old E.H. "Lenny" Leonard and 27-year-old Jason Clifford, all of Turner.

There was no indication whether they'd retained lawyers at the jail, where two of them were briefly detained. Officials say the four eventually will face charges in Pennsylvania, as well.

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