She's been the talk of Connecticut since her declaration that there would be an early spring.
Thursday, however, Chuckles the groundhog was pardoned as part of a ceremony in Suffield.
Since Connecticut's official groundhog made her Groundhog Day prediction, the state has seen a number of winter storms.
As a result, the Suffield Police Department jokingly posted to social media that Chuckles was taken into custody on a warrant for making a false statement.
It also posted about a bond set for the groundhog, the donated money for which went to the Lutz Children's Museum in Manchester.
Thursday, the department held a pardoning ceremony around 12:30 p.m. where First Selectwoman Melissa Mack granted a full pardon.
The hope is that the event will turn into a little fundraising effort for the museum.
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