KAMAS -- Wildlife officials say they fatally shot a bear near a Summit County Scout ranch after it was reportedly getting aggressive and rummaging through trash.
The incident Wednesday near the Hinckley Scout Ranch was the second time a bear's been shot in the area in a matter of weeks.
Officials with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources say they'd received word about the bear late Tuesday, and used hounds to get it into a tree. They were authorized to put it down on Wednesday.
Another bear was shot dead July 10. Officials say a black bear was on top of a picnic table eating leftovers and wouldn't leave, so a Scout leader shot it three times.
Wildlife officials warned people to put food away so bears aren't attracted to their campsites.