Local law enforcement were busy this week rounding up livestock, according to Ada County Sheriff's Office.
Ada County Sheriff Office Deputy Terisa Howell responded to a call of three sheep loose on Rush Road Friday morning. She worked with the sheep's owner to round up the animals. They were able to herd the animals into a spot where the owner could tackle them and load them into his pickup. They were part of his child's 4H project, according to Ada County.
On Tuesday, Eagle police responded to a call about cattle roaming near State Street. Officer Paul Lim herded several animals back into their pasture from the busy street. The cattle had gotten out through a broken fence, according to Ada County.
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