Iowa police shoot, kill mountain lion
The Blencoe police chief and a Monona County Sheriff's Deputy responded to a citizen's call
DUBUQE, Iowa — An adult male mountain lion was shot and killed early Friday morning by local law enforcement officers in Monona County.
The Blencoe police chief and a Monona County Sheriff's Deputy responded to a citizen's call regarding the mountain lion around midnight on Friday. After finding the lion in a tree in the northwest part of town, the officers shot the lion.
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