Free Carroll County kangaroo discovered useless in lake


CARROLL COUNTY, Ind. — The Carroll County Sheriff’s Division has confirmed {that a} free kangaroo that went lacking almost two weeks in the past has been discovered useless in a lake.

In response to Sheriff Tobe Leazenby, the kangaroo was present in Lake Freeman and is believed to have died from drowning.

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The kangaroo initially went lacking on Oct. 23 within the space of Patton and Yeoman within the northwest a part of Carroll County. The kangaroo was a pet of a person who reportedly owned two kangaroos and had the right permits to personal the unique pets.

Regulation enforcement and animal management didn’t support within the search, however households and associates of the proprietor had been looking out the world hoping to seek out the escaped kangaroo.

Sadly, by the point the kangaroo was discovered it was already useless. The sheriff confirmed the proprietor was notified and that he collected the deceased animal from Lake Freeman.

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