Puma shooter gets one month in jail

An employee of Brandeis-Bardin campus of the American Jewish University who shot and killed a mountain lion in July was ordered to serve a month in jail and perform 240 hours of community service at a local animal shelter.
Alfredo Gonzalez, 60, of Simi Valley pleaded guilty Oct. 3 in Ventura County court to the illegal killing of a protected mammal under the California Fish and Wildlife Code. Gonzalez worked as a caretaker for the 2,200-acre camp until he was let go following the incident. On or...

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