KENNESAW, Ga. – Kennesaw police officers are employed to dealing with some foul circumstances, but Thursday they experienced to deal with a entire distinct kind of fowl.
Officers say they were called to a targeted traffic jam on Moonstone Road in the spot of Kennesaw S. Industrial to examine.
“After a fast investigation, we located the turkey that was holding up traffic…..literally a turkey,” the Kennesaw Law enforcement Office reported.
Tom the Turkey (Kennesaw Law enforcement Section) (Kennesaw Law enforcement Department)
The turkey, which they named Tom, took off functioning when law enforcement approached him, yelling “some thing that sounded like a gobble.”
Officers promptly caught up to Tom in their patrol vehicle, which they say Tom took a liking to. The feathered suspect began jogging together with the vehicle, which manufactured it straightforward for police to escort him to a safe and sound space.
“After a brief rest from all the managing, Tom been given a verbal warning and encouraged to halt participating in in the roadway,” officials said.
(Kennesaw Police Office) (Kennesaw Police Department)
Despite the enjoyment and unconventional instances, officers warn citizens that Tom is still a wild animal and could trigger hurt if cornered. He, and other wild turkeys, really should not be approached by Georgians.
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