Two Amherst Junction residents have been charged in a poaching incident in Waupaca County from earlier this fall. 50 year old Michael D. Dombrowski faces a felony count of felon in possession of a firearm, along with misdemeanor counts of operating a firearm while intoxicated, illegal shining of deer, hunting without a license, and resisting a game warden. 38 year old Melanie J. Anderson is charged with felony bail jumping, plus illegal shining and resisting, both as a party to a crime. The criminal complaint says game wardens were staking out an area near Trout Creek Road in early November, when a gunshot was fired out of a pick-up. Wardens were able to stop the truck, which was being driven by Anderson, according to the complaint. Dombrowski is alleged to have fired the shot, which killed a young doe in a nearby field. He fled the scene on foot, but was found a short time later. He is alleged to have had a .149 percent blood-alcohol concentration. Dombrowski faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted, while Anderson could get up to 6 years. Both are due in court December 17th.