Police help wrangle wandering horse on Belmont Avenue

By Tanya Mitchell | Oct 18, 2012
Photo by: Tanya Mitchell Belfast police responded to the report of a horse wandering on Belmont Avenue Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17.

Belfast — Police responded to the report of a horse running loose on Belmont Avenue at about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 17, a situation that was quickly resolved with the help of the animal's owner.

Belfast Patrolman Wendell Ward said two horses that belong to Vicki Nickerson, who resides on Belmont Avenue across from EBS, somehow escaped the confines of a fenced area and wandered out to the roadside. Though two horses got out, Ward said police received a complaint about one horse because that animal was standing in the road at one point.

Patrolman Dan Stanicki responded to the scene, Ward said, and the horses' owner arrived to help lead them back to their pasture.

Comments (1)
Posted by: joanne carl | Oct 19, 2012 22:02

so scary for already one of the owners horses have been killed by motor vehicle in another location now they are getting loose.  Please fix enclosure better to ensure this will not happen again could kill someone especially at night if they should get loose. thanks



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