A jury has found a North San Juan man accused of killing a mother bear and trying to give away its cubs guilty on three counts, but was hung on a fourth count. Christopher Puett had been charged with unlawful possession of a restricted animal, harassing an animal, unlawful taking of a bear and the taking of a female bear with cubs.
Jury finds North San Juan man guilty on three counts in bear cub case
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