Officers who responded to a call about a home intruder wind up leaving in laughter.
As one Sonoma County teenager sat in his living room, something strange started to happen. His dogs started jumping around and barking uncontrollably. He wondered: why in the world were they acting this way?
About a minute later, the teenager starting hearing terrifying sounds upstairs. It sounded like an intruder was walking around his house. The teenager, who’s home alone, wrangled up his dogs, hid in a closet, and quickly dialed 911.
When the police arrived, they immediately surrounded the house and began searching the perimeter. That’s when something downright hilarious happened. After a few minutes, a head peaks out of the skylight on the roof.
It turns out that the intruder is just the owner’s dog. The great dane simply went upstairs get some fresh air. His owner was in such panic that he totally forgot about his biggest dog.
“I’ve done this job for 25 years, and there’s been a lot of strange calls,” Crum said. “A dog mistaken for an intruder in his own home? That’s pretty abnormal.”
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