Roaming rams charging vehicles finally corralled at Alabama car lot

Roaming rams charging vehicles finally corralled at Alabama car lot

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — This was ram tough. Two wayward rams, running loose for the past two weeks, were finally corralled in a car lot, authorities said.

In a Facebook post, officials with the Tuscaloosa Police Department said “multiple people” called 911 on Friday morning to report that the rams were running along a road and aggressively charging at vehicles in a car lot.

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A two-week-long ramhunt ended today when an employee at a business on Skyland Boulevard was able to corral the wanted...

Posted by Tuscaloosa Police Department on Friday, October 16, 2020

A worker at a business along Skyland Boulevard Road in Tuscaloosa was able to corral the rams into a gated area, police said. Officials from animal control were notified, and the rams were safely transported to a nearby farm, police spokesperson Stephanie Taylor told AL.com. It was not clear who owned the animals, the website reported.

Officials from animal control said they have been receiving calls of rams wandering in the Tuscaloosa area for weeks, according to the Facebook post.