Juneau man charged with multiple hunting offenses

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Alaska Wildlife Troopers in Juneau began a residency investigation Jan. 13 into Aaron Timian, age 24, of Juneau.

    An investigation revealed that Timian had allegedly received and hunted under various resident hunting licenses, tags, and permits while he had recently received resident benefits of another state.

    On Jan. 25, Timian was charged with eight counts false statement on a license, tag, or permit application, two counts of unlawful possession of both a Sitka Black-Tail and Mountain goat, two counts of hunting Brown Bear and Mountain Goat without a guide and three counts of non-resident fail to obtain locking tags.

    All counts are misdemeanor offenses. Timian will face a mandatory court appearance in the District Court at Juneau.

     

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