Pig On The Loose: OCSO Calls In For Backup
OKLAHOMA COUNTY, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office took an interesting call from a deputy over their radio system around 3 a.m. Sunday.
In a radio traffic recording posted on their Facebook page, a deputy could be heard saying a 200-pound farm animal was behind him. “Um, I'm on N.E. 23rd Street. Um, there's a very large pig in the road and he's following my patrol car,” the deputy said.
The deputy also advised the pig had jumped on the patrol car, but was not sure of any potential damage. He asked for animal control to help him with the animal.