Brothers plead guilty to wildlife charges


By Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Special to The SUN

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has concluded a three-year-long poaching investigation involving a Pagosa Springs resident and a Kansas man who owns property in Teller County, Colo.

Pagosan Torry Hessman, 47, and his brother, Kansan William Hessman, 55, have plead guilty to several wildlife charges after wildlife officers found evidence that the two had set up bait sites for big game and other wildlife species.

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