Unicorn leads California Highway Patrol on three-hour chase
Juliette's escape, and numerous calls to 911 reporting a unicorn cavorting along Avenue 12, set off a desperate three-hour unicorn hunt. KTLA reports that the CHP even deployed a helicopter with a thermal imaging rig to help find the wayward unicorn as night fell. Eventually, searchers found Juliette in a nearby orchard, a well-known haunt of unicorns and other mythical creatures. To capture the skittish unicorn, Renee Pardy, a neighbor of Juliette's owner, rode into the orchard on her own horse Shady. Comforted by the presence of her friend and neighbor Shady, Juliette was easily led out of the orchard where she was bundled into her trailer and returned to her stable.
After her ordeal, Juliette was reunited with her owner and best friend, five-year-old Tatum. While this story has a happy ending, Juliette is still in some hot water for bolting from her event.
"She getted (sic) a time out," Tatum told KTLA. "Because she was a bad pony."
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