Bull chases burglary suspect in pasture

ARAB, Ala. (AP) — Sheriff’s officials in northern Alabama say a burglary suspect was taken into custody after being chased by a bull through a cow pasture.

Marshall County Sheriff Scott Walls tells WHNT-TV that Brad Lynn Hemby, 26, was being sought in connection with an early morning burglary in Arab.

Walls says Hemby tried fleeing deputies by running through a cow pasture and a bull roaming the land joined the chase. Walls says Hemby eventually fell onto a barbed
wire fence and surrendered.

Walls says stolen property was recovered from Hemby’s truck and the man is charged with burglary, theft and attempting to elude.


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