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Barn Yard Weekly Crime Report

Posted on April 26, 2015

Caught Red Handed In The Act Of Stealing A Truck.

Caught Red Handed In The Act Of Stealing A Truck.

It has been an unbelievably crazy spring week…. Lots of changes and new friends, but this post is about the barn yard crimes that take place here at Wildflower Farm. Usually they are perpetrated by the goats, though the chickens are not as innocent as they claim to be either. Got a call from the handy man, Danny, about his truck,¬† and the thieves trying to steal it and all his tools in broad day light the other day. So, as thee barn yard constable, I went to investigate, and I found Astrid, with her head in his tool bag inside the back of his truck. She was sited for felony car jacking and locked up.

Annabelle, trying as hard as she can to knock down the old fence

Annabelle, trying as hard as she can to knock down the old fence

We had several incidents of vandalism this week as well as some attempted Vandalism, Annabelle, tried to destroy the old fence before the new fence got put up. She claimed it was part of an Occupy Freedom For Goats protest. She spent 2 days locked in the shed while the cement was drying for the new fence posts as the sentence the jury of her non peers madee up of 3 humans 2 barn cats, and a whole mess of chickens decided after hearing all sides of the case.

The Felons tell us what they really think of their fence.

The Felons tell us what they really think of their fence.

Here we see more disorderly behavior in the form of vandalism. This time it was conspiracy vandalism and all the goats participated.

Inspecting The Merchandise

Inspecting The Merchandise

Kidnapping of the new fencing materials took place shortly after the conspiracy vandalism that destroyed the old fence. Some of the goats demanded a ransom of goat treats in exchange for relinquishing the new fencing materials. They were apprehended after  the old fence was temporarily fixed.

Other criminal activities included public brawling. 2 roosters were stopped before anyone got hurt. But it makes me think, it may not be possible for them to continue on in this setting for their own safety. Other crimes this week included the usual assault and battery complaints, as well as the domestic goat violence complaints which upon arrival to the scene was actually a group of goats having a very good time playing together.

And that will do it for this week’s run down of the barn yard crimes. Next week, I am sure will be just as eventful because the barn yard is full of real animals.

 

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