Coyote captured in elementary school bathroom
While the coyote was captured, there was no sign on the roadrunner.
Yeah. This is definitely not something you hear about every day. A wild coyote was found this morning inside Cane Bay Elementary. I overheard on the radio where we had a couple deputies who were trying to wrangle an animal. Um, at the school sergeant would all listen to the radio to learn more about what was happening over at Cane Bay Elementary. Come to find out it was a coyote that had gotten in in the school. When I guess the teachers that opened up the doors to let students in in the morning, the teachers had trapped the coyote in the bathroom. They had it blocked off a Z, best they could with anything they could find to kind of keep it from getting out. But I think I mean, the coyote was more scared about being there than than anything you know, worried about trying toe harm anybody. Woodall says he, Corporal Greene and Corporal Wet Stone were able to safely get the coyote out of the building. I know that we have coyotes in the area. I see news reports about him and hear about him. But personally, this is the first time I've ever had to deal with Coyote. Um, you know, alligators and things like that. I'm cool with I can deal with those. But first time for a coyote. Definitely. Sergeant Woodall says they named the Coyote. Wile E. I asked him if they found a road runner anywhere in the school. No road runners. We looked around, and I guess he got away. I mean, I always tell people this job, it's like the greatest show on earth. You never know what you're gonna be doing from one minute to the next day to day. It's things like this that they kind of keep it interesting. And it's like, what's gonna happen today? You know, we can't top that, you know, stand by. This is Berkeley County. We'll do better, Um, S o you know, without fail, we've We've got another new story that we've we've never had before around here. Sergeant Woodall tells me they eventually turned the animal over to DNA in the Cane Bay community of Berkeley County. I'm Raymond Owens. Count on too