Poaching Arrests in Teton County

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0  Updated at 9:16 am, February 20th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(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.

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