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NY: Brownville Man Pleads Guilty In Elk Poaching Case

March 28, 2017


Alfred Carr has pleaded guilty in connection with an elk poaching case in Colorado, according to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

He pleaded guilty to charges relating to an elk he shot on a 2015 Colorado hunting trip.

Carr was arrested and charged with Unlawful importation of elk parts from a chronic wasting disease state and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Carr subsequently entered guilty pleas in Brownville Town Court to Disorderly conduct and unlawful importation of elk parts from a chronic wasting disease state.

On February 24, Carr entered guilty pleas in Gunnison County Court in Colorado to hunting without a proper and valid license and illegally taking a bull elk, resulting in $3,081 in fines and 30 points against his Colorado hunting privileges.

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