Where’s the beef?


A loose bull had to be wrangled on Southeast Boulevard (U.S. 701) near Burger King on Friday afternoon. Clinton police officers, Sampson County Sheriff’s Animal Control and others responded to a call of livestock in the roadway at around 1 p.m. The bull had apparently hopped out of a trailer on U.S. 701 near the Wendy’s and was in the parking lot then the First Baptist Church at 900 College St. before finally being caught in the Burger King parking lot. Along with law enforcement, local veterinarian Dr. Billy Oglesby and Cooperative Extension agents all came together to help the owners round him up. County agent Paul Gonzalez was ultimately successful roping him and all jumped in to get him back in the trailer.


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Dr. Billy Oglesby takes a crack at roping the escaped bull before county agent Paul Gonzalez, pictured center left, was able to corral him.


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A loose bull had to be wrangled on Southeast Boulevard (U.S. 701) near Burger King on Friday afternoon. Clinton police officers, Sampson County Sheriff’s Animal Control and others responded to a call of livestock in the roadway at around 1 p.m. The bull had apparently hopped out of a trailer on U.S. 701 near the Wendy’s and was in the parking lot then the First Baptist Church at 900 College St. before finally being caught in the Burger King parking lot. Along with law enforcement, local veterinarian Dr. Billy Oglesby and Cooperative Extension agents all came together to help the owners round him up. County agent Paul Gonzalez was ultimately successful roping him and all jumped in to get him back in the trailer.

Dr. Billy Oglesby takes a crack at roping the escaped bull before county agent Paul Gonzalez, pictured center left, was able to corral him.

A loose bull had to be wrangled on Southeast Boulevard (U.S. 701) near Burger King on Friday afternoon. Clinton police officers, Sampson County Sheriff’s Animal Control and others responded to a call of livestock in the roadway at around 1 p.m. The bull had apparently hopped out of a trailer on U.S. 701 near the Wendy’s and was in the parking lot then the First Baptist Church at 900 College St. before finally being caught in the Burger King parking lot. Along with law enforcement, local veterinarian Dr. Billy Oglesby and Cooperative Extension agents all came together to help the owners round him up. County agent Paul Gonzalez was ultimately successful roping him and all jumped in to get him back in the trailer.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Bull-1.jpgA loose bull had to be wrangled on Southeast Boulevard (U.S. 701) near Burger King on Friday afternoon. Clinton police officers, Sampson County Sheriff’s Animal Control and others responded to a call of livestock in the roadway at around 1 p.m. The bull had apparently hopped out of a trailer on U.S. 701 near the Wendy’s and was in the parking lot then the First Baptist Church at 900 College St. before finally being caught in the Burger King parking lot. Along with law enforcement, local veterinarian Dr. Billy Oglesby and Cooperative Extension agents all came together to help the owners round him up. County agent Paul Gonzalez was ultimately successful roping him and all jumped in to get him back in the trailer. Courtesy photos

Dr. Billy Oglesby takes a crack at roping the escaped bull before county agent Paul Gonzalez, pictured center left, was able to corral him.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_bull-2.jpgDr. Billy Oglesby takes a crack at roping the escaped bull before county agent Paul Gonzalez, pictured center left, was able to corral him. Courtesy photos
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