Notorious Oregon poaching duo avoids jail
Budget constraints and a crowded detention center are preventing Oregon’s most notorious deer poachers, father and son Rory Donoho and Shane Donoho, from serving a sentence supposed to coincide with the 3-month deer season. After pleading guilty to more than 130 poaching-related charges in July, their sentence included jailtime during deer season for 4 consecutive years. Instead, they will be on house arrest, authorities say. AP.