GLASGOW, Mont. (AP) — State wildlife officials say two boys from Saco and another from Glasgow have pleaded guilty to 20 misdemeanor charges for poaching deer and antelope in Phillips and Valley counties.
Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks Warden Dirk Paulsen of Malta says the two Saco boys, ages 16 and 17, each were charged with seven wildlife violations while the 17-year-old Glasgow boy was charged with six violations.
Phillips County Justice of the Peace Gayle Stahl sentenced the Saco boys to $2,410 in fines, which will be suspended if they complete 60 hours of community service. They also lost their hunting and fishing privileges for two years.
The Glasgow boy was fined $255, ordered to complete 10 hours of community service and lost his hunting and fishing privileges for three years.