While much of South Jersey was dealing with rain for most of the weekend, some of South Jersey’s finest were dealing with some animals not normally encountered with on a typical day.
Police officers were kept busy – or at least curiously occupied by some of our animal friends.
In Middle Township it was a raccoon that took up some time for at least one police officer. Patrolman Baczek had his hands full as he came to the rescue and pulled out a raccoon from a resident’s chimney.
(You have to hand it to the officer, as most people dealing with anything in a chimney is Not going to come out looking so clean!)
Meanwhile, what got the goat of police officers in Egg Harbor City over the weekend was… a goat!
(Apparently, this little guy was just doing some free-lance water meter reading!)
Thank you, South Jersey police officers for always being there when we need you – even when, sometimes, it’s kind of like a zoo out there!
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