November 18, 2018

Two Maine Men Arrested – One Other Charged

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Two Washington County men were arrested and one other charged in various illegal activities involving poaching, illegal possession of wild game, snaring deer, you name it they did it and it appears they bragged about it.

Kevin Farley, age 44 of Edmunds was arrested and charged with five counts of
night hunting, one count of exceeding the bag limit on bear and one count of
hunting bear without a license. Travis Stevens, 35, of Pembroke was arrested on one count of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.

Also charged last night was Dennis Stevens, age 39, of Pembroke on five different counts. More charges assessed to Farley will follow, and others could be charged as well.

Evidence seized in the search included one mounted deer head with snare marks on the antlers, ten firearms, two different bows, arrows, bear meat, moose meat and deer meat, spotlights, snares that were used illegally for deer and bear, and meat and bones saws used to process the wild game.

Below is a summary of charges. You can read the entire article at our Maine Hunting Today news section.

SUMMARY OF VIOLATIONS

KEVIN S. FARLEY DOB 01/14/61
Ht. 5″10″; wt. 260; Hr. Br. Eyes, Br.
56 Harrison Rd., Edmunds Me. 04628

All violations occurred in Washington County, Maine.

Five counts of night hunting
One count of exceed the bag limit on bear
One count of hunting bear without a license

Travis L. Stevens DOB 07/24/70
Ht. 6′ Wt. 160; Hr. Br. Eyes, Br.
290 Brickyard Rd. Pembroke, Me. 04666

All violations occurred in Washington County, Maine.
One count of possession of prohibited implement; deer Snare
One count of night hunting
One count of possession of deer killed in the night time

Dennis L. Stevens DOB 12/08/66
Ht. 5′ 9″; wt. 170; Hr. Br. Eyes, Br.
247 US rt.1, Pembroke, Me. 04666-4631

All violations occurred in Washington County, Maine.

One count of false registration of bear
One count of hunting migratory waterfowl w/out permit
One count of possession of a deer killed in the night
One count of possession of unlabeled gift deer
One count of a Loaded gun in a motor vehicle

Tom Remington

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