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Patrick Durkin column: Wardens, officers who solved deer massacre case honored

1:03 AM, Jun. 9, 2013
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When Conservation Warden Ted Dremel studied the carnage where three men used snowmobiles to massacre six deer on a cold January night in 2009, he thought there was little chance of catching the criminals.

Except for bootprints, widespread gore and bloody brutality frozen in snow on a dairy farm six miles south of town, Dremel found few clues. It looked like the snowmobilers had chased and corralled the deer in the field like cowboys herding longhorns.

Five deer lay dead in the field near a popular snowmobile trail, their legs and ribs broken. They hadn't been able to run fast enough in the deep ...

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