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Re: These People Should Be in a Cage.

Postby Happy Mom » Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:21 am

Happy Mom wrote:Man accused of killing dog


2:43 p.m. EST, February 6, 2012
MISHAWAKA — Mishawaka police are investigating a 33-year-old Mishawaka man for allegedly killing a dog by beating it to death.

The suspect’s ex-girlfriend reportedly told police last week that the man killed the dog and put it in the garage. Officers discovered the dog Saturday inside the garage of the home in the 300 block of Milburn Court, partially wrapped in a mattress cover.

The woman told police that her ex-boyfriend had beaten the dog daily over a three-year time frame they owned the animal and that her children had seen the suspect beat the dog, according to a police report.
:twisted: :evil:

She said the suspect would hit the dog with brooms so hard the handles would break.


The suspect said the dog had gotten sick around the end of November, and he could not afford to take it to the vet because he didn’t have the money. :doh: :liar: :twisted:

The suspect told police he found the dog dead in the backyard on Dec. 5 and had put it in the garage until the ground thawed and he could bury it. :liar: :twisted:
The St. Joseph County Humane Society took possession of the dog’s body.
http://www.southbendtribune.com/news/sb ... 1185.story

No charges filed over death of dog


6:49 a.m. EST, February 17, 2012
MISHAWAKA -- A Mishawaka man who was under investigation after his dog was found dead in a garage has been cleared of any criminal charges.

The St. Joseph County prosecutor's office reviewed police reports regarding the dog found Feb. 4 in the 300 block of Milburn Court and found no evidence the man committed a crime.

The evidence from the investigation supports that the dog died from disease.

The man's ex-girlfriend had told police that the man killed the dog and put it in the garage. The man, though, told police the dog had gotten sick around the end of November, and he could not afford to take it to the veterinarian because he didn't have the money.
:liar:

The man told police he found the dog dead in the backyard Dec. 5 and had put it in the garage until the ground thawed and he could bury it.
http://www.southbendtribune.com/news/sb ... 8949.story
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