Alabama bull nabs cat burglar

If you run through a cow pasture you better be fast.

Brad Lynn Hemby (Marshall County Jail)

Brad Lynn Hemby fought the law and a bull won. (Marshall County Jail)

This early life lesson was never learned by Brad Lynn Hemby, a suspected cat burglar in Alabama.

Marshall County Sheriff Scott Wall tells AL.com the 26-year-old was burglarizing a home with a woman (was this a date?) when the homeowner chased the couple off his property.

Unfortunately for Hemby he high-tailed it through a cow pasture populated by at least one bull.

Deputies and the bull chased the suspect across the field.

AL.com said the chase ended when Hemby “tried to elude the bull but fell into a barbed wire fence and immediately surrendered to deputies.”

Hemby, who had stolen property in his Chevy, is charged with burglary, criminal mischief and attempting to elude a police officer and angry farm animals.

His wily female partner is still on the lam.

 


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