Goat on the lam in New London

New London police officer Deanna Nott, left, and animal control officer Tonya Kloiber retrieve a male goat that was found roaming around in Bates Woods Park in New London Tuesday, July 2, 2013. The two rounded up the goat and brought him back to his home located on Davis Farms Way.
New London police officer Deanna Nott, left, and animal control officer Tonya Kloiber retrieve a male goat that was found roaming around in Bates Woods Park in New London Tuesday, July 2, 2013. The two rounded up the goat and brought him back to his home located on Davis Farms Way. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo

New London - New London police animal control officer Tonya Kloiber retrieved a male goat that was found roaming around Bates Woods Park Tuesday.

Kloiber and patrol officer Deanna Nott rounded up the goat and brought him back to his home located on Davis Farms Way. Officer Nott was one of the officers who also rescued the loose alligator a few days ago.

New London police animal control officer Tonya Kloiber retrieves a male goat that was found roaming around Bates Woods Park in New London Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Kloiber and patrol officer Deanna Nott, not in photo,  rounded up the goat and brought him back to his home located on Davis Farms Way. Officer Nott was one of the officers who also rescued the loose alligator a few days ago.
New London police animal control officer Tonya Kloiber retrieves a male goat that was found roaming around Bates Woods Park in New London Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Kloiber and patrol officer Deanna Nott, not in photo, rounded up the goat and brought him back to his home located on Davis Farms Way. Officer Nott was one of the officers who also rescued the loose alligator a few days ago. Tim Martin/The Day Buy Photo
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