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AK: Two Alaska moose hunters fined for violations

January 13, 2014

From NewsMiner.com

FAIRBANKS Two Interior Alaska moose hunters plead guilty to hunting violations in Nenana Court for separate incidents.
Milne Ridlington, 54, of Fairbanks, plead guilty Thursday to a charge of shooting an antlered bull when his permit only allowed the taking of an antlerless moose. He was sentenced to one year of probation and fined $3,000. His moose was forfeited to the state and donated to charity.
On Dec. 16, Bryan Simpson, 54, of Georgia, plead guilty to charges he failed to salvage all the edible meat from a moose he took several months earlier.

Simpson was sentenced to one year of probation and fined $2,000.

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