Hunters Convicted of Illegally Taking Elk in Montana

by the Associated Press

Wildlife officials say a multiyear investigation into the illegal killing of elk in northcentral Montana’s Phillips County has led to the convictions of 11 hunters from several states.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks criminal investigator Lennie Buhmann says $37,300 in fines and restitution has been collected in the case, which involves defendants from Montana, South Dakota, Utah and Arizona.

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