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Mug shot of Rodney Allan Clark Poacher draws 5½ years in prison after investigation by WDFW Police
The former owner of a shellfish company based in Jefferson County was sentenced today to 5½ years in prison after a poaching investigation by the WDFW proved he and his employees had stolen millions of oysters and clams off Washington beaches. Learn more >>
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Viewers can follow WDFW Police Officers as they patrol mountains, coasts and city streets, protecting natural resources and serving the people of Washington. Learn more >>

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