KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WOWO): A two-hour hunt had multiple emergency units tracking down an escaped rodeo bull in Noble County Monday evening. Around 5:30 P.M., the Noble County Sheriff’s Department got several calls that a cow was running loose. The owner also called asking for help to retrieve the animal, described as a Rodeo Bull with large horns. The animal got free while it was being transferred for transport. The Kendallville Fire Department was also called to the scene, and when they tried to guide the animal, the Bull began to charge at the firefighters. After two hours of tracking the Bull, the owner decided it was necessary for officers to put the animal down.