Guiding firm reported clients’ illegal moose kill, troopers say

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Two Massachusetts men are accused of wanton waste in the killing of a moose over the weekend, after Alaska Wildlife Troopers say the crime was reported by the company which flew them into the field.

The case against 42-year-old Matthew Kelley and 44-year-old Michael Dagilus was reported Sunday night by Renfro’s Alaskan Adventures, according to an online dispatch from Bethel-based Alaska Wildlife Troopers. The company had transported the men on an unguided moose hunt in the area, but told troopers they returned with “moose meat that didn't match up with the antlers when picked up in the field.”

“Investigation indicated [Kelley] had taken a smaller bull moose on [Thursday] and then on [Sunday] took a larger bull moose, removing only the antlers from the second moose,” troopers wrote.

Guiding firm reported clients’ illegal moose kill, troopers say
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