CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (WDRB) — Video of a Clarksville Police officer being attacked by a goose continues to be make the rounds on the web, although it occurred months in the past.
Clarksville Det. Ray Corridor fought off his hardest aggressor but proper outdoors the police division: an indignant goose.
“It simply got here on round and caught me off stability,” Corridor stated. “He would not depart me alone.”
Whereas everybody, together with Corridor, continues to get a great snort out of the video, geese are actually a significant issue in Clarksville. They’re ruffling a variety of feathers across the police station, hearth division and city corridor.
“I assume they do not like cops,” stated Deputy Chief Dennis Okay. Johnson with the Clarksville Hearth Division. “They took over just about. They have been all over the place.
“There have been a couple of geese that by chance obtained run over.”
Plus, goose poop is abandoning an actual mess. Clear-up alone is costing hundreds of dollars. The city supervisor stated Clarksville had no selection however to take motion. They ended up getting a allow from the Indiana DNR to rent Rusty’s Animal Management out of Greenfield, Indiana to euthanize the geese.
Greater than 200 of the geese have been eliminated, however others have already taken their place.
Rusty’s will control the goose inhabitants in Clarksville. If it will get uncontrolled once more, the corporate will return.
The meat from the geese was provided to a number of soup kitchens and shelters, however there have been no takers.
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