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PA: NJ man who shot bear with crossbow sentenced to 5 years in prison

December 26, 2013

From TheRepublic.com

EASTON, Pennsylvania A man has been sentenced to five years in prison after shooting a black bear outside of hunting season with a crossbow he wasn't allowed to have.
 
26-year-old Kevin Young of Blairstown Township, New Jersey, pleaded guilty earlier this year to weapons charges. He was barred from possessing weapons due to a 2006 burglary conviction.
 
Officials also said the bear was killed in July 2012, which is out of hunting season.

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