Two goats were reported dead last week from mysterious causes.
A deputy was dispatched to a Carl Bethlehem Road address after a nine-year-old child arrived home from school and found two pet pygmy goats dead.
The deputy was unable to determine if the goats had been killed by an animal or a human. There were no injuries on the goats’ bodies, only their heads.
One goat was missing half an ear on one side of its head and the entire ear and skin on the other side of its head. The second goat also was missing half an ear on one side of its head. The other side of its head was completely missing.
“It appeared as if something had been eating it’s [sic] brain,” the deputy wrote. “I have no suspects at this time.”
‘Fred the Wonder Dog’ chases trespasser from property
A man contacted authorities after his dog chased a suspicious male from his property.
The man said he and “Fred the Wonder Dog” were walking through the woods on his property when he found a small makeup bag hanging from the tree.
The bag contained no identification, but did hold some makeup and a cell phone.
Approximately an hour later, Fred the Wonder Dog located a suspicious male on the property and chased him.
Fred’s owner did not know if the two incidents were related, but decided to report the incident in case Fred’s instincts were correct.
Wife learns husband is another woman’s ‘baby daddy’
A woman called authorities after she and her husband had an argument regarding the man’s illegitimate child.
The woman asked that the deputy stand by while she retrieved some clothing from her residence. The woman said she just learned her husband had a 17-year-old son with another woman and did not want to stay with him.
The husband, who the wife said had been drinking, told the deputy that he received a call from a former high school girlfriend advising that he was the father of her teenage son.
The husband said he informed his wife who then “flipped out and started slinging s***.”