Colton Lapp, 19, of Worland, Wyo., is the first person to be charged under the state's new felony poaching law, which became effective in July, 2011. Lapp allegedly killed four mule deer bucks and shot at another near Thermopolis after being convicted twice of poaching. Less than one year ago, he was convicted of killing a trophy mule deer scoring 210 6/8 and was fined more than $9,000. In January 2012, he was found to be an accessory to poaching and was fined $5,040. Casper Tribune.