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Bend man faces accusations of illegal hunting

Monday June 08, 2009, 1:43 PM

A Bend man has been accused of illegal hunting activities after an investigator found mounted animals and wildlife body parts at his home, state police said today.

Michael Tanner, 38, faces accusations of unlawful possession of mule deer, elk, antelope, bear and bobcat, all misdemeanors.

Acting on a tip, troopers began an investigation about a month ago and served a search warrant Sunday night at Tanner's home on Defiance Street. Troopers reportedly found two mounted animals, a bobcat, a set of antlers and a bear's skull.

Tanner was cited and ordered to appear in Deschutes County Circuit Court.

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