Hendricks County Sheriff’s Deputy responds to residential alarm, finds turkey trying to break-in

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HENDRICKS COUNTY, Ind. -  A Hendricks County Sheriff's Deputy didn't find the type of intruder he was expecting when he answered a report of a home alarm going off Thursday.

Deputy John Pionke responded to the 6000 block of CR 500 N. and didn't find a human being trying to break-in to a resident, he found one loud turkey.

According to their Facebook post, "The suspect was located at the scene but returned to the woods prior to apprehension. He was described as short with a round build and possibly goes by the name Tom."