Deer rescued by Joliet Police after close encounter with soccer net


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JOLIET – Police rescue a deer after it got stuck in a soccer net early Saturday morning.

It happened after the deer got it’s antlers entangled in a soccer goal net just behind the Galowich Family YMCA in Joliet. 

“St. Breen and Officers Gombosi, Montell, Bukala, Banas and Arellano worked together to safely free the animal.”  Joliet Police said in a statement Sunday. “Whether you travel our city on two legs or frolic in the forest on four, Joliet Police Department is here to serve you!”


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