Three generations of the Bogie family are accused of deer poaching

Three generations of the Bogie family are accused of deer poaching. Court records report Logan C. Bogie, 21, of East Ryegate, illegally shot deer and was assisted by his grandfather, Calvin Bogie Jr., 72, Barnet, his father, Calvin Bogie III, 50, Barnet, and Wyatt Roy, 18, of Barnet. Game Warden William Seegers noted that Logan Bogie did the unlawful shooting of five bucks, two does and a bear last fall, but state statute says that people who knowingly support a person in the commission of fish and wildlife crimes are subject to prosecution for the same offenses. Calvin Jr., Calvin III and Roy all helped Logan try to get away with his illegal shots. Logan Bogie is facing 18 criminal counts. Hunting while under license suspension, shooting the deer from a vehicle and shooting the deer at night. Taking too many deer in a single year, illegal importing a buck that was harvested in Monroe, N.H. on Nov. 22. and for shooting a bear in Passumpsic. Calvin Jr., 72, is facing five counts related to the alleged poaching. All the defendants arraigned on Monday were released with no special conditions.