Three Colorado men suspected of poaching big game in Park County |

Three Colorado men suspected of poaching big game in Park County

The group was arrested Tuesday when search warrants were served

Kieran Nicholson
The Denver Post

PARK COUNTY — Three Colorado men suspected of poaching wildlife in the state have been arrested and are facing felony charges.

On Tuesday, Colorado Park and Wildlife investigators served search warrants at residences in Colorado Springs and Fremont County, arresting three suspects in the case, according to a Colorado Park and Wildlife news release.

The warrants and the arrests are part of an ongoing investigation into poaching in Park County, Colorado Park and Wildlife said. A vehicle, firearms and wildlife parts were seized as evidence.

“When you poach an animal, not only is it illegal, but you are stealing from the people of Colorado,” said Mark Lamb, CPW’s area wildlife manager for Park County, in the release. “We do not tolerate poaching and take these crimes very seriously.”


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