Goat Walks Off Job at Rhode Island Landscaping Site

Thu August 03, 2017 - Northeast Edition
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Warwick police say the goat, which goes by the names Sammy and Frank, turned up missing during a post-work head count on Aug. 1. (Source: Warwick Police Department)
Warwick police say the goat, which goes by the names Sammy and Frank, turned up missing during a post-work head count on Aug. 1. (Source: Warwick Police Department)

Police in Rhode Island are asking people to be on the lookout for a goat that wandered off a landscaping job.

Warwick police say the goat, which goes by the names Sammy and Frank, turned up missing during a post-work head count on Aug. 1. He is owned by The Goatscaping Company, based in Plympton, Mass., which offers the ruminants as an alternative to herbicides in the management of vegetation.

Police say he has one curly horn and is small, brown and generally “funny looking.”

Anyone who spots a goat roaming in Rhode Island's Warwick Neck area, or anywhere else in Warwick, is asked to call police.

Source: Los Angeles Daily News




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