Knoxville woman in court Friday after charged for stealing hunting dog in Blount County in 2018

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BLOUNT COUNTY, Tenn. (WATE) — A Knoxville woman accused and charged in 2018 for stealing a bear-hunting dog during a lawful bear hunt was in Blount County Court Friday to face three charges.

Sandra Inman plead guilty to theft of $2,500 or over (a class D felony) and was found guilty of removal of a transmitting collar.

Inman was found not guilty of violation of hunters-protection act.

Her sentencing is set for Nov. 9, and we will continue to update you when that happens.

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