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The Kansas Sheriff rescues a turkey trapped in a Douglas County home

Sheriff ‘pardons’ turkey who fell through window and was trapped in Kansas home

The Douglas County Sheriff says Tom the Turkey will not be charged with criminal damage



No, don’t go through the window. hey guy What are you doing, old man, huh? What are you doing up here? Yes, this is my first time in Turkey. He’s staring at me like he doesn’t hurt you too much. Yes, now that would be great. Let’s do it. Wait, let’s do it the long ways here. Well, we have more work to do. Simple buddy. Easy, grab. Come on, give me something warm. Stay American, flip yourself I guess. Do not go through the window in the ceiling window. OK? You’re right, you’re okay. Come on now. Do not do that. Do not do that. Don’t do this to yourself. Did you know? I think he’s good. He is good. I have him. But you’ve got enough feathers here for a damn feather duster, ma’am. I’m telling you, I must have taken the whole fight. Right? I see nothing on your arms. I think it must be hand. It doesn’t look like it. What

Sheriff ‘pardons’ turkey who fell through window and was trapped in Kansas home

The Douglas County Sheriff says Tom the Turkey will not be charged with criminal damage

Sheriff Armbrister has ‘pardoned’ a Douglas County turkey from all criminal damage charges. The Kansas sheriff said the move was made in the spirit of Thanksgiving. A turkey, whom the sheriff’s office identified as Tom, reportedly broke through a window into the home of a Douglas County resident on Nov. 10. Police say that thanks to the quick thinking and good work of Master Deputy Dunkle and Deputy Bonner, they were able to safely remove the bird into the house and freed it.

Sheriff Armbrister has ‘pardoned’ a Douglas County turkey from all criminal damage charges.

The Kansas sheriff said the move was made in the spirit of Thanksgiving.

A turkey, whom the sheriff’s office identified as Tom, reportedly broke through a window into the home of a Douglas County resident on Nov. 10.

Police say the quick thinking and good work of Master Deputy Dunkle and Deputy Bonner allowed them to safely remove the bird from the home and free it.

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