Maryland Man Convicted of Poaching 17-Point Buck

Maryland Man Convicted of Poaching 17-Point Buck

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A Maryland crossbow hunter was recently convicted of trespassing on posted property to poach a “mega-buck.” The 17-point buck, which would have been a new Boone & Crockett state record, was killed by Ronald Wayne Roe in September 2016. Roe, who was convicted last February of “multiple poaching charges” appealed the decision and, on March 5, entered “Alford pleas to trespassing on posted property and hunting without written permission,” Kent County News reports.

A Maryland man killed this giant 17-point buck illegally in September 2016, and was convicted of multiple poaching charges. (Photo credit: Maryland Department of Natural Resources)

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