Game Officials Seek Help with Poaching Case

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Game Warden Chris Baird is investigating an incident where four mule deer does and fawns were taken illegally over the Thanksgiving Holiday in the Kemmerer area.

A person living in the area reported that the carcasses were discovered dumped in the Wheat Creek area north of Kemmerer. Investigation of the incident showed that the deer were most likely taken with a small caliber firearm, most of the meat was taken, and the deer were most likely killed close to Thanksgiving Day. The game warden says he has collected some strong evidence, but needs the public's help in identifying suspects.

Anyone with information on the incident or any wildlife violation is encouraged to call the Stop Poaching Hotline or local Game and Fish office. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $5,000 if the information leads to a conviction. The contact information is listed below.

Stop Poaching Hotline – 1-877-WGFD-TIP (1-877-943-3847).
Kemmerer Game Warden Chris Baird – 307-877-3278.
Game and Fish website –

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