Horses escape in San Angelo’s north side, chase ensues

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Tuesday afternoon, animal control officers spent the afternoon chasing two loose horses. Officers responded to a call for horses in the road in north San Angelo at 29th Street and Bowie about 2:30 pm. The horses were followed for several blocks before they were able to be lead back into their enclosure. Animal control officer, Carlos Carillo says he thinks the horses were looking for shade from today’s extreme heat. Carillo also says to make sure animals are fed and watered daily and have adequate shelter because animals will try to find their own shelter. Loose animals that cause any traffic problems could lead to fines for owners. 



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