POLICE: Port St. Lucie Man Beats Dog With Sawed-Off Shotgun, Holds Its Head Under Water In Tub

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“What a moron, he needs to locked up for a very long time!”

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — A 24-year-old man was arrested after severely beating his dog with a sawed-off shotgun and holding his head under water in a bathtub, then turning the gun on his girlfriend who was trying to get him to stop, police say.

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Port St. Lucie police responded at noon Wednesday to 304 SE Walton Lakes Drive on a domestic disturbance report. They were met by a crying woman who said her boyfriend, Kyle Romain Hall, got mad at his dog for tearing things up in the apartment and pooping on the floor.

She said he yelled at the dog and hit him, which made the dog cry and howl, according to a police report. She said the more the dog cried, the more severely Hall attacked him. She said Hall tied the dog to a bathtub faucet and began hitting it in the head with a sawed-off shotgun. The dog’s howling continued, so Hall turned on the faucet and held the dog’s head under the water.

The woman said she began screaming at Hall to stop hurting the dog and her turned his attention to her, confronting her at first with a kitchen knife and then the sawed-off shotgun. She fled the apartment and called 9-1-1.

When police arrived, Hall denied all her allegations.

Police found the sawed-off shotgun behind a television in the living room.

The dog, named Scrappy, was barely conscious with swelling and severe cuts to his head. Police say Scrappy was dazed and unresponsive. Scrappy was taken to Animal Kindness Hospital for treatment.

Hall was arrested and jailed on charges of aggravated assault, possession of a short-barreled shotgun and animal cruelty.

Police seized the shotgun and a .22-caliber revolver in the home.

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Pit Bull Shot By Deputies; Pot Plants Found In Backyard Near Molino

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“Another pit bull shot – after it attacked & killed a neighbours dog! The police knew it was vicious, but had it contained; waiting for animal control to come.  So what happened, to make that dog attempt to charge at the officers; prompting them to kill it? It all sounds a little fishy to me!”

Marijuana plants discoved Friday morning in the backyard of a home in the 10000 block of Highway 29, near the Camp of the Pines.

An animal complaint north of Molino led to deputies shooting a pit bull and the discovery of pot plants in a backyard this morning.

Escambia County deputies responded to a complaint about an aggressive put bull about 9 a.m. at a residence in on Highway 29 near Cotton Lake Road. The dog was loose in the victim’s yard and had attacked and killed her dog.

Deputies kept the pit bull contained in the yard and notified Escambia County Animal Control. But before animal control arrived, the pit bull attempted to attack two officers who then utilized a shotgun to stop the dog, according to Melissa Rawson, spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office.

When deputies attempted to contact the owner of the dog at a nearby home on Highway 29 across from the Camp Of the Pines, animal control located several other pit bulls in varying stages of distress. Escambia County Animal Control officers took possession of the dogs for further investigation.

During the investigation, deputies discovered four marijuana plants being cultivated in the backyard of the home. The Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division responded and took over that part of the investigation. Rawson said charges are pending against the residents at this time.

Code Enforcement also responded and opened a separate investigation for various code violations.

Pictured: Marijuana plants discoved Friday morning in the backyard of a home in the 10000 block of Highway 29, near the Camp of the Pines. Courtesy photos for NorthEscambia.com,

News Link:http://www.northescambia.com/2012/09/pit-bull-shot-by-deputies-pot-plants-found-in-backyard

 

Puppy shot in face by owner was ‘put down,’ police say

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A man was arrested Monday night after Watertown police say he fired his shotgun in his apartment, severely wounding his puppy, Nikko, in the face.

The black German shepherd mix, about 5 months old, was taken to North Country Animal Health Center, Route 3, where it was put to sleep,police said.

Taylor

Wesley D. Taylor, 20, of 1003 Academy St., is charged with aggravated cruelty to an animal, second-degree reckless endangerment and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling. He was released to the custody of Fort Drum authorities to await prosecution in City Court.

Police responded to the residence after receiving a “shots fired” complaint at 9:25 p.m., and found the puppy to have severe face and jaw injuries from a shotgun blast. Officers allege Mr. Taylor purposely pointed the shotgun at the puppy and pulled the trigger.

 Police declined Tuesday to comment on the man’s motive.In firing the gun, he endangered his roommate, Colby James, who was present, and two neighbors, Robin L. Reagan and Corey Button, police charged

News Link:-http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/article/20120605/NEWS09/706059785

Animals Petition: JUSTICE for BUDDY the HERO dog: make sure justice is served, for budy the hero dog | Change.org

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“Please sign this petition, who ever shot this dog needs catching”

Animals Petition: JUSTICE for BUDDY the HERO dog: make sure justice is served, for budy the hero dog | Change.org.

Buddy was found Tuesday March 6th 2012 laying on the side of a road in St. Charles with massive shotgun wounds to his face and neck.Buddy had been shot twice at close range in the face and head area with a shotgun, destroying blood vessels, nerves, glands and several teeth. He also had pellets embedded throughout his body, Half his face was blown away, many of his teeth gone or shattered beyond repair and more than 50 shotgun pellets were removed from his body.Buddy lost more than half the blood in his body

On March 9th buddy passed away from a broken heart.. I want to make sure this doesnt go un noticed, i want to make sure the owners who did this pay..aswell the owners have other animals in their care, i want to see them removed  We need to make sure justice is served and be the voice of animal abuse here in sudbury and all over the world.. we need to make it known this is not right and stiffer consequences need to be made for animal abusers!!!!  please sign this petition and share with family and friends… LETS MAKE SURE JUSTICE IS SERVED FOR BUDDY THE HERO And any other animals who are being abused!!

Just so everyone knows where this will be going after. ill be sending it off to the OSPCA,SPCA,parliament, our MP our mayor, and many more place and people!!
Also if you have more ideas where to send it so this can be heard just msg me

Thanks so much everyone u are all amazing , we are the voices of the animals who can’t speak

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