_News Talk 770
Two Southern Alberta men have pleaded guilty to Wildlife Act charges and handed significant fines. William James Tschetter and Nathan Benjamin Tschetter were charged after a six-month undercover investigation into the trafficking of eagle parts and big game antlers. William was handed $27,000 worth of fines and a 21-year recreational hunting license suspension. Nathan received more than $12,000 in fines and a nine-year license suspension.