Enid police officers David Sneed and Neal Storey were in for a surprise when they responded to a call for help. The officers were dispatched to a field where they heard someone screaming for help. They quickly ran towards the direction of the sound, thinking that someone was in distress. However, they were in for a surprise when they found out that the source of the cries was a goat.
The officers were wearing body cameras, and the footage captured their hilarious reaction when they discovered that the source of the cries was a pissed-off barn animal. The yelps sounded deep and similar to the voice of an adult man, which made the officers think that someone was in trouble.
As they ran towards the sound of what they thought was an anguished man in need of rescue, the yelps became louder and closer together. However, when they reached the source of the cries, they quickly realized that it was a goat.
“It’s a goat,” Sneed said.
“It’s a goat?” a confused Storey responded before laughing: “Ah, it is!”
The silly billy was upset that he had been separated from his friends, the farmer explained to law enforcement. The property owner greeted and laughed with Sneed and Storey outside the goat’s pen as it continued to shriek, prompting the farmer’s dogs to join in on the noisemaking.
“Sometimes a call can really get your goat,” the Enid police department said in a statement.
The incident may have been funny, but it highlights the importance of responding to calls for help promptly. The officers did not hesitate to run towards the sound of someone in distress, even though it turned out to be a false alarm.
In conclusion, the Enid police officers responded to a call for help and ran towards the sound of someone screaming for help. However, they were surprised to find out that the source of the cries was a goat. The incident may have been funny, but it highlights the importance of responding to calls for help promptly.