Bull Meat Dangerous

December 30, 2011 by staff 

Bull Meat Dangerous, A “dangerous” runaway bull was shot by a Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy, after it charged at the deputy on Thursday, officials said.  The bull had escaped while being transferred from a truck, headed to a meat processing plant in Mt. Airy, Md., police said.

“The Deputy observed the bull charge an individual and then leave the area traveling in close proximity to a Day Care Center,” officials said.

The Deputy then followed the bull into a field. Like a scene out of a movie, the bull then charged the deputy. That’s when he jumped into his police cruiser to protect himself.

That’s when the bull rammed the back of the cruiser, damaging the driver’s side taillight, police said.

“Additional attempts were made by Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputies to confine the bull when he again became aggressive and moved toward their location. Fearing for their safety, a Deputy discharged two rounds from a shotgun, striking the bull, and causing him to retreat into a wooded area. An officer from Frederick County Animal Control arrived on the scene firing two additional rounds from a rifle killing the bull. No one was injured in this incident. The bull was released to the owner,” police said.

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