Two Idaho Men Pleaded Guilty to Poaching
Kyle Whiteley and Andrew Lusk both pleaded guilty to charges against them for poaching a bull elk in January, in Owyhee County. Idaho Conservation Officers were able to find the carcass of the elk from an anonymous tip.
Whiteley will lose his hunting license for one year and pay $500 in fines and court costs. Whitely pleaded guilty to misdemeanor unlawful possession of an elk and concealment of evidence. Lusk who had greater charges against him will lose his license for 5 years, pay $2245 in fines and court costs and serve 10 days in jail. Lusk pleaded guilty to poaching and hunting without a license. From KIVITV.com.