Three men charged in poaching case in Oklahoma community

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BENTLEY, Okla. (KFOR) – Oklahoma game wardens say three people were cited after they allegedly poached two bucks in an Oklahoma community.

On Wednesday morning, two Oklahoma game wardens were called to a possible poaching case in Atoka County.

Investigators say the game wardens found two velvet antlered bucks being butchered in a backyard in Bentley.

Officials say three men were charged with possession of a deer not legally taken. A shotgun was also confiscated.

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