From the story on WTOL.com:
The three-week old fawn, who was born by emergency cesarean section and ended up in the middle of a controversy about housing wild animals, is missing. Toledo police officer Mark Fry came upon an injured, pregnant deer in the road and performed the C-section. He did CPR on the fawn, took it home and named it Norman. Fry was then investigated by the Ohio Division of Wildlife, who told him to hand over the deer or face stiff fines or even jail time for housing a wild animal. On Wednesday night, Fry and his wife, Darla, said they could not find a rescue group to take Norman. They also refused to say where the deer was over fears it would be euthanized.