Alaska Man Sentenced for Selling Illegal Guiding Services

Stephen Jeremy Hicks, of Anchorage, was sentenced to six months in prison and three years of supervised release, during which he cannot be involved in any commercial hunting activity or fly private aircraft.  At his sentencing, the court found that he had committed crimes such as guiding same day airborne hunts, guiding clients on other state and federally managed lands without permits, wanton waste of game, making false statements and records, taking big game without paying for required tags, and guiding while his license was permanently revoked in violation of multiple Alaska State and federal laws. He was also ordered to forfeit his interest in a Piper Super Cub airplane and to pay $13,460 in restitution for an illegally sold Dall sheep hunt.

DOJ’s Press Release:  Anchorage Man Sentenced for Selling Illegal Guiding Services