The highways of West Virginia are rich with roadkill—so much so that the state’s infamous roadkill bill of 1998 made it legal for folks to scrape dead stuff off the road, given certain stipulations. So veteran hunter Ken Rollins figured he was doing no harm when he took a freshly killed doe off the road, cut it up at his home, and gave it to a needy family, especially since he called the DNR beforehand and, he says, received permission to do so. He was shocked when wildlife officers showed up at his house and charged him with illegal possession of wildlife.