The Geauga County Sheriff's Office says a black bear was reported in Burton, Ohio at about 2 p.m. Wednesday.
BURTON, Ohio - From Streetsboro to Bedford Heights to Solon, black bear sightings have been the talk of northeast Ohio for weeks.
On Wednesday, a black bear was spotted in Burton in Geagua County, Lt. John Hiscox said. At about 2 p.m. the bear was in a yard on Aquila Road before it went into the woods.
A black bear in Bedford Heights, nicknamed the Bedford Bear, spent several hours in a tree near Rockside Road at the beginning of this month. Police estimated the bear was a year to 2 years old, weighed 150 pounds and was about 5 feet tall.
That same week, a resident in Solon snapped photos of a black bear running down Louise Drive.
Beginning in May, Streetsboro police were warning residents about a black bear that had been reported near Navajo Trail, Pike Parkway and the Ohio Turnpike.
A booming black bear population in neighboring states is pushing more bears into Ohio.
A Solon resident took a few photos of a black bear running across a street on Thursday. But it is still the "Bedford bear"?
The young black bear that spent several hours in a tree in Bedford Heights stopped by the fire department and sparked rumors in Solon.
The black bear that caused such a stir Tuesday has been seen again in the city of Bedford Heights Wednesday morning, police say.
Crowds and police have surrounded the area in Bedford Heights where a black bear that was first spotted Monday night has now been found in a tree.
A black bear has been spotted in the southeastern portion of Cuyahoga County Monday night.