BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Wild pigs have become a huge problem for the small community of Stallion Springs, recently.
According to community board member, Mary Beth Garrison, the pigs have been in the community for decades, but are multiplying in large numbers.
Garrison believes there are close to 500 pigs that visit the small town every night.
The pigs are known to come through the night in herds of 40 to 50. They tear up the yards and property of residents, trying to fish food from the dirt.
Garrison believes the pigs are targeting the community because of a drought that has left many animals without water.