State Game Commission chairman Scott Bidegain, who state conservation officers a week ago accused of helping four other men illegally kill a cougar on his family’s ranch near Tucumcari, resigned over the weekend.
Bidegain, who represented District 4 in northeastern New Mexico, was charged Monday with a misdemeanor in Quay County Magistrate Court. The state Department of Game and Fish said the complaint alleged Bidegain was an accessory to killing the cougar.
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