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Thread: When Animals Turn to Crime!

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    When Animals Turn to Crime!


    A kangaroo in Lacoochee, a llama in Tallahassee and three goats in Chennai detained by police

    A WILD weekend of animal antics has seen three delinquent goats arrested in Chennai, a rogue roo restrained in Lacoochee and a llama tasered in Tallahassee.

    The three delinquent goats were detained by police in the Kilpauk suburb of the southern Indian city of Chennai after they were caught vandalising a new police vehicle.Nine other offenders bucked arrest.
    Their anti-social behaviour involved trampling over the official vehicle, damaging paint, twisting the wipers and denting panels.
    In an effort to avoid becoming scapegoats, the trio have bleated about the negligent conduct of their owners.
    Police said the goats had a history of damaging vehicles, but had "crossed the line" when they attacked the patrol car. "We got the vehicle only two days ago," an officer said.
    Owner Mary Arogynathan, 37, faces negligent conduct charges. The goats remain behind bars.

    Meanwhile, it took three county sheriff's deputies and a taser to restrain a loose llama in the Florida county of Tallahassee.
    The llama busted out of home detention and leapt over a 1.2m fence to evade capture after outrunning the deputies during his dash for freedom.
    Leon County Lt. Tony Drzewiecki said alarmed called 911 with reports of escaped camels and alpacas.
    The truant trotter was eventually cornered. Faced with the dilemma of restraining the 6ft (1.8m) 300 pound (136kg) llama, the deputies chose discretion over valour.
    They tasered the animal into submission before leading it away.

    Also in Florida, a kangaroo on the run in Lacoochee was recaptured after being tackled by a posse of law enforcement this morning.
    The Pasco Sheriff's Office and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission had been pursuing the recalcitrant roo since Saturday.
    The burly 5ft (1.5m) tall boxer had caused considerable concern and five men were needed to tail the 200 pound (91kg) beast.
    A nearby kangaroo farm has not claimed the kangaroo as one of theirs.

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    Cops are still chasing one kidnapper >

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    Cheers, Rob.

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