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ID: Seven poachers receive citations in largest poaching takedown this season

October 26, 2012

From IdahoPress.com

NAMPA Idaho Fish and Game conservation officers issued 16 citations and five warnings to seven poachers in a hunting camp in Hazard Creek.
 
Scott Seidenstricker, 55, Reno, Nev., pleaded guilty to the unlawful killing of two or more elk in a 12-month period, transfer of a deer tag to another and two counts of use of an elk tag of another. Fines, court costs, civil restitution and other penalties totaled $6,160 and his hunting license was revoked for 10 years.
 
Andrew Havens, 32, Reno, Nev., pleaded guilty to transferring an elk tag to another, use of a deer tag of another, and possession of an unlawfully taken deer. Fines, court costs, civil restitution and other penalties totaled
$3,350 and he received a two-year hunting license revocation.
 
Paul Seidenstricker, 52, East Gull Lake, Minn., pleaded to guilty to possession of an unlawfully taken elk, transfer of an elk tag to another, wasteful destruction of an elk and littering. Fines totaled $2,300 and Seidenstricker also received a two-year hunting licenses revocation.
 
Brian Redican, 44, Carson City, Nev., pleaded guilty to hunting elk without a valid tag. Fines totaled $1,000, and Redican also received a three-year hunting license revocation. Because he was a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing firearms, Redican forfeited a .308 hunting rifle to Idaho Fish and Game.
 
Carl Keller, 71, Carson City, Nev., pleaded guilty to hunting elk without a valid tag. Fines totaled $600, and Keller also received a two-year hunting license revocation.
 
Eric Keller, 43, Carson City, Nev., pleaded guilty to possession of an unlawfully taken mule deer. Fines, court costs and civil restitution totaled $875.

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