Hunters Charged For Illegally Killing Moose In Denali National Park

Four hunters face misdemeanor federal charges for allegedly killing moose inside Denali National Park.


The U.S. Attorney’s Office says 55-year old Charlie Hart and 33-year old Deric Hart, both of Anchorage, are charged along with 58-year old James Riggs of Wasilla and 29-year old Michael Barth of homer.



The four are accused of killing two bull moose within park boundaries in September of last year.


They also allegedly brought the moose to anchorage, a violation of the Lacey Act, which prohibits the transport of illegally taken wildlife.

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