Cattle can roam freely in designated no-fence districts.
Angela Moreno expected a less-stressful life when she moved from suburban Phoenix to her dream home in the wide-open spaces near Sierra Vista.
Instead, Moreno and her husband, David, have encountered a rural nightmare: She says a bull owned by a local rancher has terrorized her and others in her neighborhood since last summer.
Moreno says she first encountered the bull when it charged her car while she was in it. It jumped over a 4-ft. fence and ate her vegetable garden, and then it tore through a 6-ft.-high chain-link fence, she said.
The Morenos tried an electric fence, but it didn't even faze the bull, she said.
"My husband stood there with a hose to try and give him some more electrocution, but he only stumbled," Moreno said.
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