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MI: Two arrested for illegally killing cougar at hunting camp in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

December 20, 2013

From ToledoBlade.com

LANSING, Mich. — State Natural Resources officials say two Bay County men face charges after a cougar was illegally killed in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
 
Officials say Friday in a release that conservation officers arrested the men after receiving a tip that the cat was killed at a hunting camp in northeast Schoolcraft County.
 
The penalty for illegally killing a cougar is up to 90 days in jail and restitution up to $2,500.

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