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State: No laws broken when trooper set traps on someone else's property

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Posted: Sunday, December 1, 2013 10:39 am

WASILLA, Alaska - A longtime Alaska State Trooper didn't break any laws by setting snares for coyote and fox on private property near Wasilla, a review found.

That's because the area that the trooper and his trapping partner used to access the property wasn't posted with no-trespassing signs, the agency said this week.

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