An adult male bear with an injury to one of its hind legs was captured in the Fryelands area of Monroe by state Fish and Wildlife officers on April 10. The bear is posed here with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officers (L-R) Tony Jaros, Carly Peters and Nicholas Jorg. (City of Monroe)

An adult male bear with an injury to one of its hind legs was captured in the Fryelands area of Monroe by state Fish and Wildlife officers on April 10. The bear is posed here with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officers (L-R) Tony Jaros, Carly Peters and Nicholas Jorg. (City of Monroe)

Wildlife officers trap bear in Monroe neighborhood

The bear roaming the Fryelands area had a leg injury and was trying to avoid people, officials said.

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