This is one of the three endangered Key deer the suspects tied up. This one had to be euthanized days later.
This is one of the three endangered Key deer the suspects tied up. This one had to be euthanized days later.
This is one of the three endangered Key deer the suspects tied up. This one had to be euthanized days later.

Key deer poaching suspect pleads not guilty in federal court

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