Former Passamaquoddy Rep. Charged with Elver Poaching

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Bangor Daily News: A high-profile member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe is one of eight people who have been charged with felony elver poaching in New York, according to an official with that state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.

Frederick J. Moore III, a former Passamaquoddy tribal representative to the Maine Legislature, is facing three felony charges in New York after he “surrendered himself” to department officials on April 8, Lisa King, public information officer with the New York state agency, said Friday in an email.

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