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Dash cam video captures the moment a cop chases a cop during traffic stop in Houston

  • Dash cam video shows the moment a cow cases a deputy in Houston, Texas
  • Deputy Andrew Ries had stopped his car to investigate what seemed like a crash
  • He was informed another vehicle had hit the cow, which was uninjured
  • The clip shows the cow charging at Reis, who runs around his car to get away

This cow is definitely not afraid of the police.

Dash cam footage captured the hilarious moment a Houston law enforcement official is chased by a rowdy cow.

The Harris County Precinct 3 Constable’s office says deputy Andrew Ries had stopped his car on FM-2100 in the Huffman area to check out what appeared to be a car crash, according to ABC13. 

But the drivers of two cars told him another vehicle had hit a cow, which wasn’t injured. 

Deputy Andrew Ries had stopped his car to investigate what seemed like a crash

The mischievous cow is seen charging at Ries, who then started running around his patrol car to get away from the animal.

After chasing him around for a few moments, the cow is seen walking the other way and disappearing into the woods.

The video was posted on Friday by the the Constable’s office.

But then the drivers of the two vehicles told him a third car had hit a cow, who then satrted chasing the deputy 

But then the drivers of the two vehicles told him a third car had hit a cow, who then satrted chasing the deputy 

After chasing him around for a few moments, the cow is seen walking the other way and disappearing into the woods

After chasing him around for a few moments, the cow is seen walking the other way and disappearing into the woods

They wrote: ‘During the regular 8 hour shift we encounter the good, the bad, and the big. 

‘We can handle criminals with no problem, but when it comes to livestock….it’s no bull! 

‘Please be advised there were no humans, animals, or patrol cars damaged in the making of this dashcam.’

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