October 1, 2014

From HomerNews.com

An Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist has been charged with two violations related to a moose hunt last August. Jason Herreman, 33, was charged with taking moose using illegal methods or means and unlawful possession of game, both minor offenses.

Herreman is the area biologist for the Homer office of Fish and Game, but has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of his case, said Kenai area biologist Jeff Selenger.

Herreman has not yet been served with charges, but intends to plead not guilty, said Myron Angstman, his Anchorage attorney.


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