PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — A "disorderly" goat has been corralled in northern New Jersey, and authorities are now trying to determine who owns the wayward animal.
Two Paramus police officers nabbed the small white goat shortly after 5 p.m. Saturday. The department says on its Facebook page they were responding to "calls of a disorderly goat head-butting a door."
Officers captured the goat as it was running in the roadway.
The goat apparently was not injured in the incident. It was being cared for at a local animal facility.
Authorities suspect that the animal likely escaped from a local residence.