Andrew Renner, 41, will spend three months in prison, pay a $ 9,000 fine, give up his boat, truck, firearms and gadgetry – and lose his hunting privileges for ten years, according to a state press release Alaska. His 18-year-old son, Owen Renner, has been sentenced to probation and community service and, according to the statement received from CNN, is required to attend a hunter course. His hunting license was also suspended for two years.
The Renners were skiing on April 14 as they approached the Bear Cave, Alaska Wildlife Troopers reported last August.
Owen Renner fired twice at the adult bear while it slept in his den, the soldiers said. Then Andrew Renner killed the "screeching" boys and left their bodies outside the cave, the soldiers said. The Renners slaughtered the adult bear and returned two days later to dispose of the boys' bodies and collect shellfish, the soldiers said.
What the two men did not know was that their actions were recorded on tape. The bears were monitored by a motion-activated camera as part of a study by the US Forest Service and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Court documents say that Andrew Renner is being captured in a video and says, "It does not matter, quit."
The men have also removed the adult bear's collar, said soldiers.
"You'll never be able to link to us," said Owen Renner, according to court records.
Two weeks later, Andrew Renner brought the bear's skin and collar to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. He said he did not see the boys and did not know it was a baby bear, soldiers said.
In Alaska it is illegal to shoot black bears with a boy. Both men must pay $ 1
"The defendant and all others who would play in our state should be cautioned that killing a sow with a boy and then poaching the young to cover up will result in substantial jail terms and the loss of hunting privileges "Attorney General Aaron Peterson said in a statement.
"People need to know that poachers have to pay high fines and restitution for the illegal killing of animals and that vehicles, boats, planes and instruments used in wildlife offenses are forfeited."
The prosecution says Andrew and Owen Renner have been convicted of eight and four counts, including the unlawful killing of the bears and unlawful possession of the bears.
Keith Allen, Ursula Perano and Amanda Watts of CNN contributed to this report.