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WY: 4 plead guilty to moose poaching near Hudson

June 22, 2013

From GreenwichTime.com

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) Wildlife officials say four people accused of poaching moose near Hudson have pleaded guilty to several misdemeanors.
 
KCWY-TV reports 73-year-old Phillip Hurtado and 31-year-old Phillip Warren , both of Arapahoe, and 30-year-old Sammy Edlund and 28-year-old Danielle Najera , both of Gillette, appeared in Riverton Circuit Court on Friday.
 
They were accused of poaching two bull and two cow moose Oct. 15.
 
The four each pleaded guilty to taking a game animal in a closed season, wanton destruction of a big game animal, as well as trespassing.

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