Rural Ohio escapees pursued by deputies often flee on 4 feet
When southeastern Ohio deputy sheriffs aren't responding to reports of drunks, thieves and other misbehaving humans, they're often out chasing animals that have gone rogue and escaped their enclosures. Deputies pursue pigs and corral cattle, and they hustle to harness runaway horses ambling in roads, posing a traffic threat.
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