Skip to comments.Cops: Pair Sold Neighbor's Lost Dog On Craigslist
Posted on 09/19/2012 10:19:29 PM PDT by chrisinoc
A Pennsylvania couple who found a neighbors lost puppy is facing criminal charges after they allegedly opted to sell the dog for $50 on Craigslist instead of returning the pooch to its owner, police allege.
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I wouldn’t have kept calling this dirtbag if it was my dog.
I’d have gone to his house with a bat and started breaking things like arms and legs, until they gave me the dog back.
Gotta get your pound of flesh.
And I know who’s front yard I’d have my dog do his business in from now on.
I hope these two vermin get the whole law library thrown at them.
In our area, people have had AKC puppies stolen and sold. Think about it.. many pure bred puppies go for hundreds of dollars. Put an ad in the paper for AKC Golden Retriever (or whatever type) but no papers and ask for less... people will call thinking they are getting a “deal”. Sad but it happens.
Remember the expression, “God don’t make no junk”? I beg to differ. Those two are less than junk.
Some people are just no damn good! My husband and I were just talking about when one of our dogs found a hole in the fence and ran away during a thunder storm. I searched everywhere, put up signs and even ran an ad in the Lost and Found in the newspaper.
I got several prank calls from the ad about the dog but the worst and stupidest one threatened to sue me for the damage my dog did to the front of their car when they hit and killed it.
My dog was a Jack Russel Terrier and weigh about 15 pounds. Sure he damaged their car, sure he did! (NOT)
Thanks Joe. There was a rash of dogs being stolen in my city last year. When I take my Yorkie outside I stay within view as I don’t have fences. Liars lie, robbers rob, I hope they are prosecuted.
People need to be aware that many, many dogs are stolen- & traded via Craig’s List, for Pit bait (dog fighting). No matter how secure you think your yard is, it’s a good idea to keep them in eyeshot as best you can.
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