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MD: Bear Poaching Charges Lead To Hunting Suspension

May 15, 2013

From Baltimore.CBSLocal.com

CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) A western Maryland man has had his hunting privileges suspended for two years to resolve charges that he shot two black bears out of season.
 
The Cumberland Times-News reports that 31-year-old Charles Evans of LaVale was charged in November with killing a 180-pound female bear and shooting a cub that was not recovered. He allegedly shot the animals in the Green Ridge State Forest near Oldtown.

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