January 14, 2015

From The Sheridan Press

SHERIDAN — Two Wisconsin men in Wyoming on a hunting trip were cited on poaching charges after using hunting licenses transfered to them by the property owners on whose land they were hunting.

Bob Schneeberger and James Kafka have each been charged with knowingly taking an antlered, big-horned animal or trophy game with licenses illegally transferred to them. Schneeberger faces one count for his kill on Oct. 1, and Kafka faces two counts for kills on Oct. 2.

The ranch owners who transferred the licenses to them pleaded guilty in Sheridan County Circuit Court to the illegal transfers. Charles Belus was fined $200 plus court costs on Dec. 9, and his wife Debra Belus was fined $300 plus court costs on Dec. 16. Their hunting privileges have been suspended for three years.


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