Two arrested in Vermont deer poaching case
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Two central Vermont men are facing charges in a deer-poaching case that sprang from a decoy operation conducted by state game wardens. The wardens using a decoy Friday night said shots were fired at it. Wardens found a firearm in a field along the side of the road where they believe it had been tossed by the suspects. Mikel Brady of Randolph and Joshua Hill of Bethel, both 23, face charges of taking deer in closed season, taking deer by illegal means, and possession of a loaded rifle in a motor vehicle.