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MT: Broadwater County men plead guilty to poaching elk

December 7, 2013

From NorthJersey.com

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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