On 08/27/17, at approximately 1:08pm I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched 2090 Crown Plaza Drive (Kroger) on dogs being held, no known owner. I arrived at the location and met with a employee at Kroger, the dogs ( German Shepherd (White) and Siberian Husky (Black/White)) were being held in a fence in area at that location. I had a Kroger employee complete a animal release form. I was than escorted to the fence in area where I placed a leash on both dogs and put them in my vehicle The Siberian Husky had a microchip (941000015078326) that was not register. I cleared from the location at approximately 1:36pm.
On 05/06/17, at 12:28pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 3162 E 5th Ave, on a dog on dog or cat attack no known owner of attack dog. I arrived at the location and met with the caller Carrie Samander and her boyfriend complainant Edward Oryan. I asked what happened, Mr. Oryan stated that he was walking his dog (grey/white Pit Bull) down the alley when the neighbor’s dog (white/brown Pit Bull) down the street (3189 E. 6th Ave) got loose and attacked his dog. Mr. Oryan dog protected him by getting in front of him and defending him against the pit bull. An unknown male Hispanic juvenile came out and tried to retrieve the white/brown pit bull. Mr. Oryan took his dog home and Ms. Samander than contacted the Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC). Ms. Samander stated that this is the second instance in the last few months that this white/brown pit bull got loose and attack her dog. Ms. Samander stated the injuries to her dog are minor but, that she will still be taking her dog to his injuries looked at. Ms. Samander dog had visible injuries to its ear, to the right side of its head and to the middle section of his back. I took
Back on October 3, 1974 at approximately 10:45pm two Memphis police officers were on patrol and received a complaint from dispatch to respond to a burglary in progress (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). Officers Leslie Wright and Elton Hymon took the call and responded to the location in question (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). After arriving, a neighbor told the two officers she heard glass breaking next door and “they” were breaking into the home (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). While officer Wright radioed back to dispatch the situation, officer Hymon proceeded to the backyard of the home (Tennessee v. Garner, 1986). Hymon then heard a door slam and seen a person running across the lawn towards a chain link fence, later identified as Edward Garner
On 09/11/16 at 5:57pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian was dispatched to 841 Crevis Lane on a possible nuisance dog; dog still at large, threat to safety. I arrived at the location and spoke to complainant John Haywood. Mr. Haywood stated that he was going to his vehicle to put his daughter car set in when the neighbor’s dog came from behind him and started growling and barking at him. Mr. Haywood ran into the garage to get away. He contacted Franklin County Animal Care and Control due to the dog being previously designated dangerous. Mr. Haywood recorded the dog loose near his vehicle. I advised Mr. Haywood if he know if the dog was still loose, Mr. Haywood was unsure. I advised him I will need to check with the dog owners to make sure the dog has return home and I will return to talk to him.
On 05/08/18, at approximately 10:56am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to 4514 Starrett Court on a dangerous or vicious dog investigation (dog owner owner's address). I arrived on scene at approximately 11:25am. I met with victim Syed Naque, who stated he was outside his resident when a medium size dog (black) came up from behind him and bit him on his right thigh. Mr. Naque stated the dog continue to come at him in a aggressive manner even after he went inside the house, the dog would charged the side door. A next door neighbor had to get the dog to leave the area. Mr. Naque stated the dog owner did come over to apologize in regards to the incident. I explained Mr. Naque
On 10/03/17, at approximately 7:35am, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to the area of 5232 Freedom Ridge Drive on a dog at large, patrol only. I arrived in the area and saw a pit bull (brown/white) matching the description of the dog running loose at the above listed address. I stopped my vehicle and proceeded to check the address where the dog was at. The pit bull was tied up at that location. At that moment a unknown female came outside and headed towards her car. I pulled up and asked if the pit bull belong to her. She stated that her son who resides at that location is holding the pit bull for a friend, but that the friend left without indicating what to do with the pit
On 07/26/2017 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to 9635 West 71st Street for a larceny complaint. I spoke to Stephen Case who made the following statement.
On 08/07/2016 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to 4975 Rocky Point Road for a curglary compalint.
On 08/25/2015, at approximately 0142 hours, Officer Bowman received a complaint via radio for an unwanted person at the Shenandoah Housing Authority on Pioneer Road. The unwanted person was said to be Ozzy APGAR and a description of his clothing was
After a rough night, Billy and his team went back to the camp with several coon skins. Because of his dogs determination and loyalty even through a blizzard, Billy won the competition. After that, everyone started to head home. Awhile later, Billy, Old Dan, and Little Ann went hunting again. Billy was not prepared for this hunt. During the hunt, Old Dan and Little Ann tracked down a mountain lion. They would not give up the hunt until the lion was dead. While saving Billy's life, Old Dan and Little Ann were wounded very badly. Even though Billy and his parents did their best to treat Old Dan and Little Ann's wounds, Old Dan did not make it long after the hunt. Shortly after Old Dan's death, Billy buried him. Since Old Dan and Little Ann had always done everything together, Little Ann was so sadden that she stopped eating and became weak. As she was dying, she drug herself all the way out to Old Dan's grave and died beside his grave. Billy buried her beside Old Dan. With the competition money, Billy's father and mother had enough money to move to town, so they did. Before leaving, Billy visited Old Dan and Little Ann's grave once more. There he saw the legendary red
On 26 June 2017 at 1516 hours, Officers were dispatched to the area of 305 East Penn Street for a theft of a vehicle. Officer were advised the actor was a Rhiannon Meyer and that she had stolen her dad Dodge truck green in color with a plow on the front. and was last seen heading towards Main Street. Officer began to check the area of Main Street, when Unit 191 called out with the vehicle at 100 Pennsylvania Ave, in Shenandoah Heights. Your Affiant (Patrolman William Moyer) along with Patrolman Tyler Dissinger responded to Unit 191 (Chief Livergood) location. At arrival Chief Livergood had MEYER in custody along with the stolen vehicle. MEYER'S was still yelling about someone having a gun in the window of the residence and was not making sense
On 03/01/2017 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to 5618 Westwood Avenue for a fraud complaint. I spoke to George Hensley who stated his personal and credit card information was stolen.
On 01/28/18 at approximately 12:39pm, I Deputy Warden N. Christian with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) was dispatched to the area of 3625 Shoreline Drive, on a dog at large, patrol only. I arrived on scene at approximately 1:03pm. Prior to arriving at the above location and unknown female flagged me down and stated the dog that is loose caused her dog to break loose from her chain. After speaking to the unknown female I continued to the above location, where I saw a Mastiff (Brindle) loose in that general area. I took pictures of the dog loose. I exited my vehicle and tried the approach the Mastiff but the Mastiff took off running. I following the Mastiff to 5558 Newport Court, where the Mastiff went to the back of that
On 10/21/2017, Deputy Warden W. Jones with Franklin County Animal Care and Control (FCACC) investigated an injury-possible dangerous or vicious dog incident involving victim Linda Courson. Ms. Courson was walking her dog near 491 Townsend Ave when two Pit Bulls (Tan) came charging out of the above stated address and attack her dog. Ms. Courson sustained injuries during the incident from the two pit bulls knocking her over. Deputy Warden W. Jones collected a statement of facts from Ms. Couson. Deputy Warden W. Jones went to the above stated address and knocked on the door. He received no answer and left a door notice. Deputy Warden W. Jones requested a follow-up to the above stated address to talk to the dog owner and cite and designate
To Ladrón, the tiny goat seemed to have grown ten times its size. He swore that the goat's evil eyes glowed like burning coals. Its teeth would put a crocodile to shame. He didn't want to put those terrible teeth to a test, not for all the delicious meat in Puerto Rico!