UPDATE: Man Pleads No Contest In Cougar Poaching Case

MANISTIQUE, Mich. (AP) — A man charged with killing a cougar will have to do community service and pay a fine.  

Todd Richard pleaded no contest in Manistique Monday for poaching a cougar.  

The man from Burt was given 24 hours of community service and a $625 fine.  

His brother, Troy, and dad, Theodore, pleaded guilty in the case about a month ago.  
 Troy Richard says he shot the cat because it approached them and would not leave when he yelled at it.