Dog in Car Lands Owner in Jail

Walmart customer wanted by police gets busted by man's best friend.

The following information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made.

MANCHESTER, MO -- On June 19, Manchester police responded to a call at a local Walmart. According to police, the initial call was for an animal complaint, but it ended in a fugitive arrest. 

During the call for a dog left unattended in a car in the  parking lot, police found that the dog’s owner was wanted on charges from another police department. The dog owner was arrested by Manchester police, booked and then released to the other police department. 

The dog was released to its owner's best friend.


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June 18: 1000 block Savoy Lane

Animal Complaint: A resident called police to report a dog with no collar running lose. 

June 19: 400 block Glan Tai Drive 

Animal Complaint: A woman called police to report three dogs running loose in a neighborhood. She also told police that her dog was attacked by one of the loose dogs.

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DR JOANN STONE June 29, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Do what Bob Barker did one time . Break the windows. Also go into the stores ask the management to announce that an ignorant whatever needs to attend to this n o w ....
DR JOANN STONE June 29, 2012 at 11:22 AM
In civilized Paris we take our beloved pets everywhere all 6 of them, their you can eat in the finest restaurants with pets and ride the tube in London with pets. in the US if no pets allowed and only child offenders and drug dope heads are allowed shop elsewhere. Never leave a pet outside pet napping is around always carry a pen to write licence numbers better yet a stich in time saves nine DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE ....................
donna June 29, 2012 at 01:17 PM
Dr. Stone, I agree with you 100%.
tater mcbride June 29, 2012 at 03:00 PM
yes ~ anyone who leaves an animal, child & elderly individual in a car should be tried for attempted murder ~ if a death results then the death penalty ~
sherry June 29, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Just the other day I went to Walmart, it was 83 degree's outside, little breeze. A poor beautiful white puppy was locked in a truck in the full sun and was desperately trying to escape through the 1/3 rolled down window. I ran to the beverage machines outside of Walmart and bought a bottle of water, filled a cup and gave it to this dog. She was soo thankful, and I know I helped her. I stayed with this dog until the owner arrived back. He was a jerk and told me to mind my own business!!!! Animal suffering is my business, I would never turn my back on a suffering animal. The Walmart workers collecting carts outside in the lot did nothing. I should have called the police, so this owner would get a ticket, and or have his dog taken away from him. NEVER TURN YOUR BACK ON AN ABUSED ANIMAL. Walmart and all stores need to be responsible for their shoppers cruelty to animals


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