Police corral ‘disorderly’ goat headbutting door of Paramus home

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Paramus Officer Jonathan Henderson and the goat. (Paramus Police Department Facebook)

Paramus Officer Jonathan Henderson and the goat. (Paramus Police Department Facebook)

PARAMUS, N.J. (PIX11) — Paramus police corralled a “disorderly” goat after it was found headbutting the door of a home.

Two Paramus police officers nabbed the small white goat shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday while responding to calls of a “disorderly goat headbutting a door” on Beech Lane. They were able to catch the goat as it ran into the roadway.

The goat was not injured in the incident.
Police turned the goat over to Tyco Animal Control while they investigate where it came from. They suspect the goat escaped from a nearby home.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Paramus Police Department at 201-262-3400.

 

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