Sunday, September 28, 2008
Albuquerque, NM - Two men are behind bars after a woman, crusading to find her missing dog, found out the dog had been killed by pit bulls. Donna Gonzales hunted for Lacy, her yorkshire terrier, for three weeks. Police say a 9-year-old took Lacy from the yard, whose father subsequently introduced Lacy to some pit bulls.
Armed with a photo, Gonzales went door-to-door looking for Lacy. One day she received a disturbing phone call. "I got a call saying they knew exactly where my dog is at but they had bad news-- that the dog was paralyzed from the waist back." The father of the boy who took the dog brought it to his business in the South Valley. But there were pit bulls at the business and one of them tore into the yorkie.
A dumb mistake or a bait dog?When Gonzales went to the business to confront an employee, 43-year-old Mario Moreno, admitted her dog had died and they had buried it. "I asked him if he would please un-bury her because I had to see for myself. I had to see if that was my dog," Gonzales said. Deputies arrested Moreno and the boy's father, 25-year-old Manuel Munoz, for receiving stolen property.
The dad of the boy who took the dog could be deported to Mexico.
08/29/08: Owner of Mauled Yorkie Sues Pit Bull Owner for $250,000
07/28/08: Man's Dog Nabbed for "Bait Dog" in Center, Texas
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| 9/28/2008 12:14 PM |
Another example of why pit bulls don't belong in society. The people who own them know what their reputation and propensity is but enjoy the game of talking out of one side of their mouth while privately getting a kick out of intimidating others and causing the deadly destruction of other’s pets.
F*** them and their ugly dogs. Low lives... the whole bunch of them.
| 9/28/2008 3:04 PM |
The newspaper account on this indicates the father of the boy who took the dog may be deported. We have seen owners of violent dogs sentenced to some real jail time recently, now a potential deportation. Pit bull fanciers state "punish the owners" and it appears the the justice system is starting to do just that. About time!