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Guide Sentenced To Confinement, Fine For Maiming Wildlife

A wildlife guide has been sentenced to 6 months home confinement, a $5,000 fine, 50 hours of community service and 3 years’ probation for illegally capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats to make hunts easier for clients by shooting the cats in the paws or legs or attaching leg traps to hold them.

03/12/2015

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Outfitter Pleads Guilty To Federal Wildlife Charge

Prosecutors say a western Colorado outfitter pleaded guilty to a federal wildlife charge after he was accused of capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats to make hunting easier for clients.

08/16/2014

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Man Accused Of Maiming Mountain Lions For Easier Hunts Pleads Guilty

A man who was once part of a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts has pleaded guilty to federal wildlife crimes.

08/02/2014

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Group Accused Of Maiming Mountain Lions For Easier Hunt

They were once a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts, but now two men are charged with federal wildlife crimes.

01/09/2014

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Big Game Outfitter Charged With Wildlife Plot

Federal authorities have accused a Colorado man and a guide from Oregon of illegally capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats as part of a scheme to make hunting the cats easier for their clients.

01/08/2014

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