It’s going to take some “doe” and a few “bucks” to repair the windows in a family’s home after an adventurous deer broke into their Michigan home.
The Bay County Sheriff’s Office in Michigan posted about the unusual incident, noting that this was not their usual home invasion suspect.
Police shared that at 4 pm on Monday, April 24, a family of five from Monitor Township, Michigan heard their front window break.
However, the loud rumble did not come from a human intruder, but from a deer that began to run through the family home.
The family quickly requested the help of the police and called 911.
The police came and helped the family smoke the adventurous deer outside.
“After a 911 call, deputies responded to help apprehend the ‘suspect’,” the Bay County Sheriff’s Office wrote in a Facebook post. “Deputy Austin Jobes was first on scene and was able to locate the suspected deer in a room in the home.”
Police took a photo of the deer perched on one of the beds, alert and looking directly into the camera.
Officers were eventually able to lure the deer out of the room, and while they locked off all other rooms, police shared.
The deer bolted out the front door and back into the wild.
The Bay County Sheriff’s Office said no one was hurt and the family “chose not to press any charges,” adding that this incident is “proof that there is no ‘normal day’ in law enforcement.” “.