Houston & Peach

October 24, 2009 12:00 AM

Bears relocated from Warner Robins neighborhood

The state Department of Natural Resources was called in Friday to tranquilize and relocate a 150-pound bear and her two 60-pound cubs after the bears were spotted in a Warner Robins residential neighborhood, police said.

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