GLENDORA, Calif. – An approximately 100-pound mountain lion was located in the City of Glendora, police said.
At around 6:00 a.m. police responded to a call at around 6:00 a.m. reporting a bobcat that was seen in the 800 block of East Leadora. When officers arrived, they learned that the reported animal was actually a mountain lion. Officers attempted to get the mountain lion back into the hills, but he wanted to remain in the wash across the road.
The area was contained while the Department of Fish and Wildlife responded to the area. The mountain lion jumped into the backyard of a home near the wash and climbed a tree. When the Department of Fish and Wildlife officer arrived, they tranquilized him and relocate him back in the hills.
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