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‘Disorderly’ goat corralled in Paramus


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APRIL 5, 2015, 10:04 AM    LAST UPDATED: SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2015, 10:05 AM

Paramus police got their goat Saturday.

Members of the department apprehended a small white goat shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday after getting a call that the animal was head-butting a door in the Beech Lane area of the borough.

The goat, described as “disorderly” on the Paramus Police Department’s Facebook page, was captured by Officers Christian Tsentas and Steve Nepola.

The animal was brought to Tyco Animal Control. Anyone with information about the goat should call the Paramus Police Department at 201-262-3400.

The police department’s Facebook page included a photo of the horned creature, wrapped in a large of piece yellow plastic, being held by Officer Jonathan Henderson.

The post about the goat launched a long string of cheeky comments, including, “Update, the goat was charged and tried for burglary. The judge was lenient on him because he was just a ‘kid.’”

2 thoughts on “‘Disorderly’ goat corralled in Paramus

  1. It was selling cheese door to door as a school fundraiser.

  2. Gjetost, delicious, did you ever try it?

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