Poaching Spree Leads To Hunting Ban In Idaho

The hunting licenses for two southeast Idaho men have been revoked for life in Idaho following a three-month poaching spree.

Poaching Spree Leads To Hunting Ban In Idaho

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The hunting licenses for two southeast Idaho men have been revoked for life in Idaho following a three-month poaching spree.

Thirty-five-year-old Brandon Harris of Ririe and 33-year-old Adam Harris of Archer received the sentences in 7th District Court in November.

Brandon Harris pleaded guilty to unlawfully killing or possessing a cow moose, a spike elk and at least eight deer. He received a reimbursable damage assessment of $104,250 and a prison sentence of up to five years. He was released on parole.

Adam Harris pleaded guilty to unlawfully killing or possessing a cow moose, a spike elk and at least five deer. He received a prison sentence of up to five years to run concurrently with a previous prison sentence. His reimbursable damage assessment was set at $14,680.



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