Send in the cavalry — or is that “cow-lvary”?
It’s a relevant issue, thanks to a video that presents a woman on the run from the law who discontinued up being chased by a flock of cows.
The mooving know-how happened Monday evening in Sanford, Florida, where approvals were seeking a white-hot Subaru SUV that was reportedly stolen.
Officers attempted to stop the vehicle by use stop lodges, effecting it to disintegrate near a pasture, according to The Tampa Bay Times.
One of the three fares, Erin Thomas, 38, bided with the SUV, while the other two attempted to hoof it into the field.
Jamie Michael Young, 46, was promptly apprehended by a K-9 gang, but the other, Jennifer Anne Kaufman, likewise 46, was about to have a different kind of animal encounter.
As she was absconding detectives, Kaufman knew herself suddenly pursued by, depending on different sources, 12, 16 or 20 kine. A pilot in a police helicopter above the situation commemorated the meeting, according to “Inside Edition.”
“Actually, a large group of cows is following her, for a good visual, ” he said to his fellow policemen below. “Looks like they may criticize her … Keep going southeast. She’s fairly far into the field now. If you witness the large group of kine, they’re literally following her and chasing her.”
Kaufman eventually established it to a fence, where she was arrested by police officer without any traumata, according to The Washington Post.
The herd’s owner, Richard Kondracki, told neighbourhood terminal WKMG that he had never seen his bovines act aggressive before but that no one had ever tried to run through the field.
“I think they didn’t realize who they were, ” he said. “They panicked. The kine were apprehensive. That would realise me panic — if all those big cows come operating at you. They didn’t have been aware. They don’t know if they’re there to hurt them, or steal one of the babies.”
Officers supposedly knew 1.3 grams of cocaine, two spoons, two clear-colored needles and a piping burned at both ends in the SUV, according to The Orlando Sentinel.
Kaufman is facing many bills, including drug possession, self-possession of narcotic paraphernalia, trespassing and refusing an officer.
She remains in the Seminole County Jail in lieu of $4,500 alliance.