Man Charged With Setting Up Animal Traps in Paris Park

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Updated: 1/07/2012 8:02 pm
Police in Bourbon County arrested a man who they say was setting up animal traps in a city park.

42-year-old Gregory Tyra was arrested Friday for carrying a concealed deadly weapon.

Paris Police reportedly caught him when he came to Garrard Park to check on his traps.

Fish and Wildlife workers say they found 8 of them throughout the property.

Police say a neighbor's dog died after it was caught in a trap.
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