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Bangor police officer lassos race horse

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A Bangor police officer is credited with lassoing a race horse that escaped from its stall at the Hollywood Casino Racetrack. Officer Kris Beck told WMTW-TV that the call about a horse trotting around a city neighborhood came in early Wednesday. Officer Jose Vidaurri made a lasso out a piece of rope from his cruiser and placed it around the horse’s neck after officers cornered it in a driveway. The horse did not seem too disturbed by the events that transpired after escaping from its stall at Hollywood Casino Racetrack.

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