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Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry faces possible penalties and fines in a 2004 bear killing incident.

Troy has pleaded “not guilty” to the charges that he killed a tame black bear in an enclosed area, then illegally registered the animal as if it had been shot in the wild. If convicted, Troy faces a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a $20,000 fine.

To read this story, pick up the Sept. 25 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands now.