Moose Held in Holding Cell
The Creston Valley police department in British Columbia received 86 calls from May 23-28th, the most memorable, one made in person. A resident came to report an abandoned moose calf, he had the calf in his vehicle outside the department. The officer on duty Dan Cameron was unable to reach a conservation officer, so decided to hold the young moose in a holding cell. When a conservation officer responded the moose was released and returned to where he originally came from, according to the Creston Valley Advance.
It was unclear whether the moose was actually read its rights — or, indeed, whether a youthful moose has rights — before being locked up.