A report released this week says a Baltimore Police officer who shot a steer in downtown Baltimore after the animal escaped from a slaughterhouse across town was justified in his actions.
An escaped bull was running freely through the streets of Baltimore Friday afternoon, before it was put down by police, according to WJZ’s Gigi Barnett.
Baltimore police say officers shot a bull that had escaped from a city slaughterhouse on a downtown street.
A bull may be on the loose in Fairfax County, police say.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy and an animal control officer shot and killed a bull that had escaped while it was being taken to a meat processing plant.