MILWAUKEE – A roughly 13-mile police pursuit ended with out harm early Tuesday morning on a Wisconsin farm the place the fleeing suspect met with what police referred to as a “moooving blockade” of cows.
The Barron County Sheriff’s Division assisted the Barron Metropolis Police Division with the pursuit, in keeping with a publish on the Sheriff’s Division’s Fb web page.
“It ended on a farm and we might be remiss if we didn’t thank the Barron County Bovine Unit for leaping into the fray when the automobile got here into their patrol space,” the publish mentioned.
The chase started shortly earlier than 1 a.m. and began over a registration violation, mentioned investigator and Ok-9 officer Nathan Emmons of the Barron Metropolis Police Division.
The chase resulted in a area and a person was arrested “with out incident,” mentioned Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald.
That is when “cows got here and surrounded the automotive,” Fitzgerald mentioned.
Nobody — people or cows — was injured.
“We thought it was kickoff to June Dairy Month,” Fitzgerald mentioned.
One man is in custody, in keeping with officers. Fitzgerald mentioned the person is predicted to be charged Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday.
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