The coyote's been caught. Authorities in Greensboro had set a trap for for the coyote, who had roamed around a neighborhood for several months.
Some residents wanted the coyote left alone and others wanted him gone. The state's wildlife commission advised against letting the animal go somewhere else because of fears that it could carry rabies, so it was killed. Infections in Guilford County have been in record number this year.
Some residents think there's another coyote roaming around, so authorities say they'll leave the trap there a little longer.
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