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Richland Restaurant Owner Pleads Innocent to Buying Wild Game

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RICHLAND, Wash. - A Richland restaurant owner accused of illegally buying wild game is pleading innocent when it comes to the charges of unlawfully trafficking in fish or wildlife.   

Wednesday morning, 52-year-old Tai Woan Ng appeared in Benton County Court, awaiting the trial's start on April 8th.

State game officers say the charges are the result of an 18-month long undercover operation where officers sold deer, ducks, pheasants, fish and bear gall bladders through the back door of the Golden Palace restaurant.

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