Most of the defendants — including the operator of Moore Charters in Auke Bay — have pleaded guilty or no contest to the charges, and must pay fines and restitution.
She was a wanderer. Instead of sticking with her herd, Wood Bison 124 headed out on her own, traveling hundreds of solitary miles from the Alaska Yukon, down the Kuskokwim, to the sea. A bullet ended her journey Friday near Quinhagak. She was shot illegally.
Ronald L. Martin, 72, placed on four years of probation, ordered to pay $10,000 out of $40,000 fine
Jason W. Duby to pay $5,220, serve three years probation, and lose hunting privileges for a year.
Hawaiian client of a Juneau guide is the latest to be implicated in possible poaching activities in the area.