Notice of Impounded Livestock.

Per North Carolina General Statute 68-18.1, the Wake County Sheriff's Office is to notify the public of sale of impounded livestock when the owner is unknown. The statute requires that the notice provide a full description of the livestock and when and where the animal was taken up. After three days of public notice, a notice for public auction will be advertised.

Per North Carolina General Statute 68-20, the Wake County Sheriff's Office is to notify the public of sale of impounded livestock when the owner fails to redeem or is unknown. The statute requires that the notice provide a full description of the livestock and the place, date and hour of sale. After 10 days of the public notice, the impounder shall sell the livestock at public auction.

Auction Notice

May 1, 2017

Animal ID #149682

A male goat was brought to the Wake County Animal Center on 4/25/17. The goat was found on Purland Road, Raleigh 27603. Pursuant to Wake County Animal Center Livestock Auction Rules, the goat will be sold at auction on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at 10 a.m. The auction will be held at the Wake County Animal Center, 820 Beacon Lake Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610.

For more information, please contact the Wake County Animal Center.

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