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  • Body cam video shows squirrel lunging at police officer

    The Brockport, N.Y., Police Department released body cam video that shows a squirrel lunging at one of its officers on Dec. 29. The officers were called to a residence on a report that a squirrel had broken into home and was eating cookies in the kitchen, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page. Eventually the squirrel was caught and removed.

Body cam video shows squirrel lunging at police officer

The Brockport, N.Y., Police Department released body cam video that shows a squirrel lunging at one of its officers on Dec. 29. The officers were called to a residence on a report that a squirrel had broken into home and was eating cookies in the kitchen, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page. Eventually the squirrel was caught and removed.
The Brockport Police Department; curated by Monty Davis