Minn. cop snaps picture of owl resting on his patrol car

The officer thought the owl was injured until it perched itself on the hood of his patrol car


By Police1 Staff

DULUTH, Minn. — From saving bald eagles to roping steer, animals help break up what can sometimes be a monotonous life on the beat.

Duluth Officer Richard LeDoux was on patrol when a citizen flagged him down to report an injured owl, the Duluth News Tribune reported. 

The person originally thought the bird had been hit by a car, but when LeDoux approached, the owl jumped up onto the hood of the patrol car. 

As the owl stared at the officer through the windshield, LeDoux snapped a picture that a colleague then posted on Twitter. 

“It was there maybe a minute or so. It didn’t seem to be in any hurry,” LeDoux said. 

 

Recommended for you

Copyright © 2022 Police1. All rights reserved.