FAIRBANKS — Nenana artist and woodsman Miles Martin has been charged with 28 felony and misdemeanor counts for illegally selling and exporting parts of Alaska animals, including polar bear teeth, seal claws, walrus ivory and wolf bones.
The court documents filed in December outline a slew of charges dating from May 2009 to April 2011 and stemming from an online business of selling raw and processed animal parts. The charges include conspiracy to buy illegally obtained walrus tusks.
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