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Last Of The Whitefish Poachers Pleads Guilty

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After years of investigation, the last of the four Whitefish poachers pleads guilty in Flathead County Justice Court.

Dillon Erickson, 19, lost his hunting, fishing, and trapping license for five years and has to pay more than $6,000 in fines. He was also handed a six month jail sentence, but it was suspended.

The whole gang racked up dozens of charges for illegally killing several Whitetail deer near Whitefish in 2012.

All told, they've been ordered to fork over more than $16,000 and can't hunt, trap, or fish for 51 years total.

 

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