World Holy cow! Bovine herd helps police corral suspect in Florida

23:30  08 august  2018
23:30  08 august  2018 Source:

Bomb disposal unit called to Hackett home

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Holy cow ! Bizarre moment herd of nearly 20 cows helped Florida officers corral a 'car thief' after she crashed near a pasture. A herd of cows helped police in Florida capture a woman who had stolen a car.

Holy cow ! Bovine herd helps police corral suspect in Florida . According to the New York Post, Bluffton police pulled over Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw, 32, of Bluffton, early Saturday after she allegedly sped through a stop sign.

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A herd of 16 cows helped police officers in Florida corral a fleeing suspect who bailed out of a car and ran through a pasture.

A Seminole County Sheriff's helicopter captured the Sunday night incident on video as the crew gave play-by-play to officers on the ground. A crew member offered this nugget to pursuing officers: "If you see a large group of cows, they're literally following her."

The cows eventually ran Jennifer Anne Kaufman into a fence, where police were waiting to arrest her.

An arrest report shows the car Kaufman was in crashed during a police pursuit. A second suspect was captured by a K-9 and arrested.

Kaufman is being held on a $4,500 bond. Charges against her include resisting an officer and drug possession.

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Faye and Mark Leveson didn’t want to go to their graves not knowing where the body of their son Matthew was buried. So, they say, they did a deal with the devil.They agreed with police granting the man long suspected of being involved in Matthew’s death immunity from prosecution for perjury at the Inquest if he told the police where Matthew's body was buried.So Michael Atkins told them, and Matty’s body was recovered.Like many in the media, I have become close to Mark and Faye, having reported on their story over the ensuing years.

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