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New Jersey police wrangle 'disorderly goat'

The Paramus Police Department is seeking information on the origins of the "disorderly goat" captured Saturday.

By Ben Hooper
New Jersey police wrangle 'disorderly goat'
Paramus Officer Jonathan Henderson holds the "disorderly goat" captured by police Saturday. Photo courtesy Paramus Police Department

PARAMUS, N.J., April 6 (UPI) -- A New Jersey police department said a "disorderly goat" reported "headbutting a door" was apprehended while running in the street.

The Paramus Police Department shared a photo of the small goat Saturday on Facebook and asked members of the public with information on the animal to contact the department.

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The department said police "responded to calls of a disorderly goat headbutting a door in the Beech Lane area of town" and arrived to find the animal "running in the roadway."

Police said the goat was turned over to Tyco Animal Control while officers investigate its origins.

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