22 October 2011
RE: Muskingum Cty. Sheriff
If you're a tree hugging-whale saver or some other PC type ... this post isn't for you.

I swear ... if it wasn't for good Scotch, most days my head would explode. All the whining, wailing and gnashing of teeth over the Sheriff's mini-safari in/near Zanesville, OH is a perfect example. Let me tell yinz right now that any interactions, on my part anyways, with large predators that believe they're higher on the food chain probably isn't going to end well. The least of my worries would be ruining my britches.

Always thought shark fishing would be cool too, till I actually caught one by accident. Watching all 18", of a mindless teeth-snapping bundle of nervous responses, cured me of any notion of catching 'a big one'. It's the same with big, toothy things with claws ...

*Green Arrow indicates farm location, also its where the carcass's were dragged for the news crews photo-op burial.



Call 1, Oct. 18, 6:12 p.m.:
Bears, lions, and wolves running loose, maybe coming into city on Ridge Ave. from Trout-Sheriff’s office.

Call 2, 10:17 p.m.:
There is a lion on the Stone St. side of the fence line.

Call 3, 10:22 p.m.:
She seen a large animal go into the cemetery.

Call 4, 10:35 p.m.:
Lt. Shaw: Checking area for wide animals. There was a spotting of a bear about three hours before everything happened. Will be checking around railroad tracks

Call 5, 10:35 p.m.:
Bear in the open field headed towards the hospital.

Call 6, 10:44 p.m.:
About five minutes ago there was some type of large animal in the alley behind her house. It had yellow eyes.

Call 7, 11:05 p.m.:
He just seen a large brown animal walking down the back of his residence. He knows it was not a dog or cat.

Call 8, 11:26 p.m.:
Back of her house saw... big shadow and something ran up to the woods.

Call 9,Oct. 19, 12:22 a.m.:
Says he saw a large bear in the area. Near Shrivers... unclear which way it was headed... it was in the field where the old school used to be... 3 minutes ago.

Call 10, 12:23 a.m.:
He just heard a lion roar in the woods.

Call 11, 2:37 a.m.:
Alley area heard loud growling, asked we check the area.

Call 12, 10:45 a.m.:
His 19-year-old sister saw a large white cat cut through the yards heading to Chaps Run Park, larger than a German Shepherd.

After wandering off, apparently quite a few of these warm and cuddly critters decided to go out for a wild night on the town ...

Kudos to the Sheriff's Dept. for doing it's job

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