The Campaign For DA

10.24.2015

The picture attachment makes it a candidate for Tweet of the Year

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

2014's photo of the year:


http://northtexasdrifter.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-eagles.html

Anonymous said...

What a ridiculous case. Made worse by the lawyer for the dog thief setting up a webpage for her with a gofundme plea for attorney fees -- on his own website. And then the lawyer's bio touts his extensive experience in just about everything -- just doesn't happen to mention that he hasn't even been licensed a full year.

Anonymous said...

Read the story 1version makes it sound very bogus as far as an arrest goes. Dog wasn't even at her home but had been turned over to a shelter.

Anonymous said...

By law, Tarrant & Wise County, if you care for a stray dog more than 3 days you are now it's owner. This girl had the dog over 3 days. Most rescue groups will not let the owner have the dog if it has been abused in any way if they obtained the dog from a shelter. All shelter dogs are either owner surrenders or kept over 3 days before being adopted. That's why most rescues won't take in strays. This girl is apparently not affiliated with a rescue group. But it was wrong to arrest her.And the shelter should have filed charges on the dog owner based on the vet's report.

Anonymous said...

A thief doesn't have to have maintained possession of whatever was stolen to get arrested and prosecuted. You can't take something (or wrongfully keep something that belongs to someone else), then just give it away before the cops show up, and think that you're no longer in trouble.

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to go to jail, but I'm not sure it's the young lady. Did you read the vet's letter of the condition of the pooch when it was rescued from the middle of a highway/street? The supposed "owner" says the dog was in poor condition when he got it. Where is his vet's statement to document that alleged truth? I don't like pet thieves, but I absolutely HATE pet abusers & neglectors.

DF Scooby Doo

Anonymous said...

Did some fb snooping. This girl claims the owner could not prove the dog was his. Yet his fb page has photos of the dog dating back to February 2015. And the dog looks to be is good health right up to the photo of the day he was returned to the owner. The rescuer was in the wrong. And BTW a dog can have ear infections and you won't know it until it starts showing signs..maybe he wasn't at that point.

Anonymous said...

*Looks at mug shot*

She is guilty. Lock her up.