Illegal hunting cases in court

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) Two men charged with illegal hunting in Juneau in 2015, recently paid fines and lost hunting privileges.

    One paid a fine of $900 and must make restitution of $800 for illegally taking two deer.  Hunting privileges were revoked for two years.

    A second suspect was fined $3,500 and paid $1,600 in restitution for four illegally harvested deer.  He also lost hunting privileges
    for two years. and was placed on probation for one year.

    Three of the other individuals pled out and received fines and restitution costs.

    The Wildlife investigations unit, Alaska Wildlife troopers Juneau Post, and the NOAA office of law enforcement were involved in the investigation.

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