An Oregon woman who was charged with stealing goat pen equipment has pleaded guilty to felony theft and possession of stolen property.
The Beaverton woman, 28, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
According to the Beaverton Police Department, the incident occurred in August, when a woman in the state of Oregon had stolen two goat pen systems.
According a probable cause affidavit, the woman said she found the equipment on the ground in an alley.
She claimed the equipment had been stolen and that the woman had not paid for it.
The woman then took the equipment to the Oregon Zoo where she took it to the toilet.
The affidavit said the woman claimed to have purchased the goat pens and said that she had been told they were for children, but that the zoo was not a zoo and the goat was not the same species as the animals she owned.
The incident is now in the hands of the Beaver County District Attorney’s office.