(DRIGGS, ID) — Three Teton County residents have been charged in separate poaching-related incidents. Seth Mills of Driggs is accused of poaching migratory birds last November, allegedly pointing his shotgun at a Fish and Game officer conducting the investigation. James Fullmer of Tetonia reportedly poached a gray wolf in Fremont County December 31. He later confessed to authorities that he didn’t have a tag at the time. Ben Brown, also of Tetonia, is being accused of poaching a mule deer buck. Officials say the deer’s antlers were large enough to qualify for trophy status.
Nate Sunderland, EastIdahoNews.com
Natalia Hepworth, EastIdahoNews.com
Michael H. O’Donnell, Idaho State Journal