A mountain lion that was not collared was tracked and tranquilized in a Simi Valley neighborhood Saturday afternoon, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The mountain lion was spotted in a tree in the 600 block of Laguna Drive, according to Tim Daly from Fish and Wildlife.
The lion was tranquilized in the 600 block of Bristol Avenue, Daly said.
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Neighbors captured photos of the department removing the wild animal.
No one was injured, officials said.
This is the latest in a string of mountain lion sightings in the neighborhood.
Last week, a female lion got into a homeowner's chicken coup. It was tranquilized and relocated.