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First of Four Charged by FWP in Court

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One of four men, who face over 100 poaching charges collectively, decided to take his case before a jury on December 10.

Flathead County Justice Court officials agreed on planning at least two days for the trial of Chase Wilson, since he alone received 43 charges from Fish, Wildlife and Parks back in September for allegedly poaching white-tailed deer near Whitefish.

Dillan Erickson was also scheduled to appear in court on December 10, but rescheduled for January 21.

Charges include waste of game and hunting during a closed season in 2012.

An exact trial date is not set yet, but court officials say they expect it to take place in February.

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