2 Arrested in Dog Shooting Incident

2 Arrested in Dog Shooting Incident

There are 73 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Mar 30, 2011, titled 2 Arrested in Dog Shooting Incident. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

The Albemarle County Police have made two arrests regarding the dog shooting incident that occurred on January 15, 2011 in the Frays Ridge Crossing Subdivision.

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Since: Jul 10

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#75 Mar 31, 2011
hunter wrote:
im sorry for the dog but its just a dog its not like they killed someone most of you need a life
This is not just about the killing of the dog, it is also about guns being in the hands of two convicted felons. There is always someone who defends criminals, in this case, it is you. I believe you need to be realistic and get a life!
haha

Douglasville, GA

#76 Mar 31, 2011
hunter wrote:
im sorry for the dog but its just a dog its not like they killed someone most of you need a life
look who is lurking around here and telling others to get a life

so you don't think they should have been arrested for shooting someone else's pet?

Nothing wrong there.... no?

I can just imagine how many violations you have done
america is listening

Earlysville, VA

#77 Mar 31, 2011
hunter wrote:
im sorry for the dog but its just a dog its not like they killed someone most of you need a life
Yes... THIS is the NRA America...
"everyone should own an assault rifle"
abcd

Charlottesville, VA

#78 Mar 31, 2011
hunter wrote:
im sorry for the dog but its just a dog its not like they killed someone most of you need a life
Dogs play an important part in alot of people lives. To dismiss it as "just a dog" shows your ignorance.
lol

Charlottesville, VA

#79 Mar 31, 2011
Dogs are important for many people, myself included. Why is everyone arguing over what one person said? Hunter, that dog was in someone's family, they probably miss it very much. Should we all argue over who said what in the comments? People are allowed to have their own opinions, thats why we're humans.
Rolling

Charlottesville, VA

#80 Mar 31, 2011
I find it interesting that we have unsolved homicides...but if you have lots of money people will come forward and tell you who killed your dog. Yes it is a shame that the owners lost there $10,000 dog. But if this happened to a family in a trailer park the crime would have gone unsolved. The more money you have, apparently the more rights and right to justice you have. It is really pretty sad. So glad the owners of the dog could buy justice for 26 GRAND.

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#81 Mar 31, 2011
Rolling-I believe you are confused! A reward for information leading to a conviction is not buying justice. The justice will be decided in a courtroom and money will not be exchanged.
true

United States

#82 Mar 31, 2011
hunter wrote:
im sorry for the dog but its just a dog its not like they killed someone most of you need a life
They would be heros in korea
anon

Douglasville, GA

#83 Apr 1, 2011
Bengalandi wrote:
Rolling-I believe you are confused! A reward for information leading to a conviction is not buying justice. The justice will be decided in a courtroom and money will not be exchanged.
while I find the actions contemptible, and money doesn't necessarily buy a legal decision (unless you have the judge or jury in your back pocket), Rolling is right insofar as money can buy more eyes, ears and possibly a willingness for someone who might not otherwise come forward with proof, which leads to an arrest, which leads to a conviction, etc. etc.

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#84 Apr 1, 2011
anon wrote:
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while I find the actions contemptible, and money doesn't necessarily buy a legal decision (unless you have the judge or jury in your back pocket), Rolling is right insofar as money can buy more eyes, ears and possibly a willingness for someone who might not otherwise come forward with proof, which leads to an arrest, which leads to a conviction, etc. etc.
I cannot disagree with what you are saying, having money does help with being able to offer a substantial reward for someone to come forward with information which leads to a conviction. It was the wording of the post that money buys justice that I disagree with. There are people who have a court appointed attorney because they do not have money, and are sometimes found innocent. People with money who can afford the best legal defense are often found guilty, because they are. My comment is based on justice in a court room, not what leads to an arrest. Having a judge and jury in your back pocket is not common, even if you are wealthy. In my opinion, there is a difference!
whoarewe2judge

Newark, OH

#85 Apr 7, 2011
This is cyber-bullying! Do any of you really think that makes YOU any better than these guys?! I think not!
JustMe

United States

#87 Apr 8, 2011
Im just saying wrote:
These two are prime examples of why relatives should not HAVE SEX !!!
You don't know anything about his family so there for should keep comments like that to yourself. Parents raise their children the best they can and can't help the way their child turns out. Maybe you should sit down and look at your life instead of judging peoples parents by their actions.
history buff

Richmond, VA

#88 Apr 8, 2011
whoarewe2judge wrote:
This is cyber-bullying! Do any of you really think that makes YOU any better than these guys?! I think not!
Well,let's see.I'm not saying I'm better than these people,but here's what I'm not.....I'm not a convicted violent felon.I'm not sitting my butt in jail for having a firearm after being convicted of a violent felony.I'm not low enough or common enough to shoot a 10 month old puppy for probably something stupid like taking a crap in my front yard.Shall I go on?do you"get it"now?

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