GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, Florida – Some Golden Gate Estates are nonetheless mourning the lack of a black bear cub they named “Bailey Cub”.
Bailey was shot and killed within the woods behind houses on sixth Avenue Northeast – greater than a 12 months in the past on June 2, 2020. A few days later, residents of the Golden Gate Estates noticed vultures within the woods and known as Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fee.
Kyle Stevens was arrested greater than a month later, on July 14, on suspicion of capturing the gun from his again porch. He was taken to jail with a warrant for the unlawful seize of a black bear.
Stevens claimed he was defending his canines, however neighbors stated the pet was nowhere close to the animals.
Since his arrest, the case continues to be pending trial resulting from COVID-19 restrictions in courtroom. His final date in courtroom was Might 25, when a decide granted him a movement to “return the firearm for testing.”
Bailey’s supporters hope the decide turns the misdemeanor cost right into a felony.
The following courtroom date for Stevens is June 23.