By Carol Zinke
ASOTIN, WA - An Anatone man and his son both pleaded not guilty Wednesday to poaching two trophy-class bull elk.
Richard and Johnathan Kramer face jail time if found guilty. They're facing a total of 20 charges related to the killings. Some of these include unlawful hunting of big game, waste of wildlife and unlawful use of a loaded firearm.
Several of the charges carry a maximum penalty of 364 days in prison and a $5,000 fine.
Both men are slated to appear in court for their pre-trial on March 25th. Video.