Monday, 13 August 2018

Help For The Police,

when chasing criminals,

can come from the most unlikely sources, take the case of Jennifer Anne Kaufman, 46, who was riding in a stolen Subaru SUV being pursued by officers when the vehicle crashed near the pasture after officers attempted to disable it with stop sticks, Kaufman and another occupant, Jamie Michael Young, fled into the pasture, a third occupant, Erin Thomas, 38, stayed with the vehicle, Young, 46, was chased down by a K9 unit, but Kaufman made it deeper, then, video shows, police got an animal assist, "Actually, a large group of cows is following her for a good visual. It looks like they may attack her," the helicopter team can be heard saying, "She’s pretty far into the field now. If you see the large group of cows, they’re literally following her and chasing her."

and here is the video of the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office helicopter team video of the cows bucking trends and defying traditional roles to become the heroes in this tale of justice, not just mere namesakes, the herd of cattle chased Kaufman right to a fence, where authorities were waiting on the other side, police said the Subaru was stolen out of Brevard County, a search of the vehicle yielded more than a gram of cocaine, a crack pipe, syringes and a metal spoon, Kaufman was charged with petit theft, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, trespassing, resisting arrest and violation of probation, She is currently being held in Seminole County Jail, evidently it is thought that the cows when seeing someone in their field, thought that it might be someone to feed them, or maybe the cows really are public spirited citizens?

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