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Runaway Unicorn

Mythical creature escapes from handles
By The News · 26 of February 2016 14:59:39
Runaway Unicorn, In this Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 photo provided by the California Highway Patrol, CHP officer Mark Cosentino with a horse with a fake unicorn horn in rural Madera Ranchos in Madera, Calif., after the horse got away from it's handler. Motorists had reported a unicorn running around on the roadway Wednesday. A not-so-mythical white pony named Juliette who wears a fake horn for photo sessions was illuminated by a CHP helicopter in an orchard and resident Renee Pardy used another horse to lead it out. It took more than 3 hours to get the suspect into custody. (Officer Justin Perry/CHP Madera via AP), No available

This Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016 photo provided by the California Highway Patrol shows a horse with a fake unicorn horn in rural Madera Ranchos in Madera, Calif., after it got away from it's handlers. Motorists had reported a unicorn running around on the roadway Wednesday. The not-so-mythical white pony named Juliette who wears a fake horn for photo sessions was illuminated by a CHP helicopter in an orchard and resident Renee Pardy used another horse to lead it out. It took more than 3 hours to take the suspect into custody. (Officer Justin Perry/CHP Madera via AP)

It took more than 3 hours to take the suspect into custody. Photo: AP

MADERA, California — The calls coming into a California Highway Patrol office were alarming: A tiny unicorn was running down a road.

KSEE-TV reports more than three hours later the suspect was taken into custody.

A not-so-mythical white pony named Juliette who wears a fake horn for photo sessions was illuminated by a CHP helicopter Wednesday in an orchard and Madera Ranchos resident Renee Pardy used another horse to lead it out.

The ersatz unicorn’s owner, 5-year-old Tatum Boos (Bohs), says Juliette was given a timeout for being a bad pony.