NJ Cops Bust 'Disorderly' Goat

Critter was found headbutting the door of a residence
By Polly Davis Doig,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 5, 2015 2:20 PM CDT
NJ Cops Bust 'Disorderly' Goat
Paramus Officer Jonathan Henderson with the goat in question.   (Paramus Police Department)

Sometimes New Jersey's finest have to make the hard calls, and one such call arrived in the form of a critter's head yesterday in Paramus. As the Star-Ledger reports, officers yesterday responding to reports of a "disorderly" goat on the loose found the little fella headbutting the door of a residence. "Officers captured the goat who was located running in the roadway," per the department's Facebook post on the incident. Cops have turned the goat over to animal control and are looking for his owners. (This little guy with a holiday sweater found his owners.)

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