500 pound bear ‘Hank the Tank’ cleared of home invasions and will not be killed

Spread the love
 
   
Get email updates when we post
Loading

A 500-pound bear affectionately dubbed “Hank the Tank” was about to be killed in South Lake Tahoe for allegedly breaking into at least 28 homes. Authorities were searching for the bear to euthanize him for his misdeeds.

According to TMZ, on Friday there was another bear intrusion into someone’s home, and authorities immediately blamed Hank. Here’s the best part – we have all read how DNA testing can find a suspect innocent… well … leave it to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife sleuths, and after a forensic investigation including the DNA sample, Hank has been cleared!

Bear League

This just in….. DFW notified us and verified our suspicions that DNA has now proved Hank is Not responsible for even half of the bear home incursions. There are three other bears who have been in more homes than Hank… but he was taking the rap… probably due to his size…. and extreme handsomeness. Two of the other bears are females. So… Hank no longer has a death sentence hanging over him and he is no longer going to have his freedom taken away from him by sending him to a sanctuary.

Facebook

Authorities really are not sure how many robberies Hank has done and have relied on police reports and witness statements from property owners, however Tank may very well had been falsely accused. And so for now, no bears will be euthanized or relocated.

Good for you Hank! We are all “bearly” able to hold back our smiles.

Follow the National Pet Rescue on Facebook for the latest animal related news.

© Rescue Writers, 2016, All Rights Reserved

Find Joy in the Little Things! Choose your favorite color and style at this link. Your purchase helps the continuation of our site!

Choose kindness! Pick your favorite style and color at this link.

Pool fun.

No one mentioned the tree was for the cat?
3 replies

Trackbacks & Pingbacks

  1. […] couple near Medford, Wisconsin, killed a bear on Friday night after it charged through a window, and into their home. According to the Taylor […]

  2. […] 40-year-old man who was enjoying the great outdoors lost his life after an encounter with a grizzly bear in Montana. Craig Clouatre was hiking in the Six Mile Creek area when he disappeared last […]

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.