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South Lake Tahoe police inundated with calls about ‘Hank the Tank’ bear

A 500-pound black bear called “Hank the Tank” has filled South Tahoe Lake police officers with phone calls, calling to save the animal from extinction. The famous Tahoe actor has received ground cover in recent days, from The Washington Post to the New York Times. “We know this message will be well received, but we never expected such a realistic global response!” Lake Tahoe South Police said in a recent Facebook post. “We created this message just to spread awareness about how we handle phone calls in SLTPD. The answer shakes us!” South Lake Tahoe Police are now asking people to stop calling with an opinion about Hank. “Our dispatchers are full of these calls about Hank. It affects their ability to give full attention to emergency calls,” police said. The California Department of Fisheries and Wildlife is still exploring other options besides killing bears. However, these options run thin. Wildlife officials say the Hank Tank is still lying there. This has led to complaints of support from the public and activists such as the BEAR League, who are trying to save the rat. So far about 200 Hank Tank service calls have been made to wildlife officials and the South Tahoe Police Department. Most of the calls were reports that the bear had infiltrated empty homes in the South Lake Tahoe Keys area, police said. Other reported calls see. Police are investigating some of the recent crackdowns in just five days. There is no word yet on whether Hank was responsible.

A 500-pound black bear called “Hank the Tank” has filled South Tahoe Lake police officers with phone calls, calling to save the animal from extinction.

The famous Tahoe actor has received ground cover in recent days, from The Washington Post to the New York Times.

“We know this message will be well received, but we never expected such a realistic global response!” Lake Tahoe South Police said in a recent Facebook post.

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“We created this message just to spread awareness about how we handle phone calls in SLTPD. The answer shakes us!”

South Lake Tahoe Police are now asking people to stop calling with an opinion about Hank.

“Our dispatchers are full of these calls about Hank. It affects their ability to give full attention to emergency calls,” police said.

The California Department of Fisheries and Wildlife is still exploring other options besides killing bears. However, these options run thin. Wildlife officials say the Hank Tank is still lying there.

This has led to complaints of support from the public and activists such as the BEAR League, who are trying to save the rat.

So far about 200 Hank Tank service calls have been made to wildlife officials and the South Tahoe Police Department. Most of the calls were reports that the bear had infiltrated empty homes in the South Lake Tahoe Keys area, police said. Other reported calls see.

Police are investigating some recent breaches in just five days. There is no word yet on whether Hank was responsible.

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