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Bear found in Grand Rapids neighborhood captured by police, Michigan DNR
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A curious bear made its way across Grand Rapids late Saturday night and early Sunday morning before being captured by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A curious bear made its way across Grand Rapids late Saturday night and early Sunday morning before being captured by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

The bear was first seen at Indian Trails Golf Course, 2776 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, on the evening of Saturday, May 11. It reappeared in the early morning on Sunday, May 12, in a neighborhood tree in the 1600 block of Horton Street SE, according to Grand Rapids police.

This video was taken early this morning of a curious docile bear that wandered into the city and climbed up a tree. It was first spotted around 9:30 pm in the Indian Trails Golf Course and then through the Woodlawn Cemetery. He then re-emerged around 1:30 this morning in a tree in the 1600 block of Horton St SE. We will be standing by with the Yogi until DNR arrives to give him a safe ride back to the wild.


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