It's 10:30 Monday morning, and Shane Reno is hard at work in his office. Sitting behind the wheel of a Dodge 2500 pickup, he is surrounded by the tools of his trade - shotguns, radios, a cell phone, a Global Positioning System unit, coffee thermoses, food, camouflage clothing, spotting scopes and binoculars.
Reno, a game warden with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, is on his way to investigate the poaching of antelope. A farmer reported seeing three of the animals shot and abandoned on a county road about 25 miles north of Havre.
Not even 30 seconds after leaving the FWP...