ksp animal cruelty
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professor

Henderson, KY

#1 Nov 28, 2011
Can anyone tell me why ksp trooper anson tribby would take a georgia man to jail and not make sure the pet accompanying the man in his truck was looked after. How can he justify the death of a beautiful and loving family pet when all he had to do was secure her in the man's truck for safe keeping until a friend came to get the man's truck.
crazytown girl

United States

#2 Nov 28, 2011
The mistreatment of any animal is very wrong,they only want love,food&shelter,but the world we live in now- we don't care or want to help each other. Let alone poor animals.
What

Morehead, KY

#3 Nov 28, 2011
professor wrote:
Can anyone tell me why ksp trooper anson tribby would take a georgia man to jail and not make sure the pet accompanying the man in his truck was looked after. How can he justify the death of a beautiful and loving family pet when all he had to do was secure her in the man's truck for safe keeping until a friend came to get the man's truck.
If it is truly his fault the dog died then he should be held accountable,After all if you kill one of those K-9s I think your looking at murder charges?
crazytown girl

United States

#4 Nov 28, 2011
I thought he meant the man's dog,not the troopers.
Dick

Maysville, KY

#5 Nov 29, 2011
Maybe the man arrested should be charged with Animal Endangerment driving around drunk and high with his pet.

Do you have any information or proof to support you accusations or what really happened? Do you just jump immediately to playing the blame game?
What

Morehead, KY

#6 Nov 29, 2011
crazytown girl wrote:
I thought he meant the man's dog,not the troopers.
It was the mans dog,Just making a point about if you caused the death of a K-9 you would probably be looking at murder charges or something..
crazytown girl

United States

#7 Nov 29, 2011
What wrote:
<quoted text>It was the mans dog,Just making a point about if you caused the death of a K-9 you would probably be looking at murder charges or something..
ok thanks, I didn't know that,well however it was, mistreatment of any animal is a crime, right?
get the facts

United States

#8 Nov 29, 2011
For one thing the man was not drunk he had just opened the beer he bought at the liquor store across the street one beer and I don't think he could have even finished it he blew 0 on the breathalizer. He was set up by a so called friend but the Ledger Independent only tells the police version. The dog was left unsecured by ksp and Mason County Sheriff Dept. there were Christmas gifts his wife had purchased that were in a Target bag that were stolen all of his things were gone threw someone even stole his boots that he had just pd $130.00 for. Pass judgement if you want but I think that Trooper Tribby and the other arresting officers should be held accountable for the death of the dog!
crazytown girl

United States

#9 Nov 29, 2011
thanks for the whole story,when someone starts a thread they need to tell all the info.
get the facts

United States

#10 Nov 29, 2011
crazytown girl wrote:
thanks for the whole story,when someone starts a thread they need to tell all the info.
I agree this topix is nothing more than a rumor mill but I know the man and his wife and the dogs name was Ruthless. She was a beautiful dog that did not deserve to die such a tragic death. I was not there but witnesses say that she ran out onto US 68 and was ran over the person who hit her didn't bother to stop. She was left there alone after witnessing the way they treated her owner and I would say she was trying to find him. It's sad Ruthless you will be missed! RIP
confused

Bettendorf, IA

#11 Nov 30, 2011
what about the drug charges? still doesn't justify the dog death, but just wondered?
Dick

Maysville, KY

#13 Nov 30, 2011
get the facts wrote:
For one thing the man was not drunk he had just opened the beer he bought at the liquor store across the street one beer and I don't think he could have even finished it he blew 0 on the breathalizer. He was set up by a so called friend but the Ledger Independent only tells the police version. The dog was left unsecured by ksp and Mason County Sheriff Dept. there were Christmas gifts his wife had purchased that were in a Target bag that were stolen all of his things were gone threw someone even stole his boots that he had just pd $130.00 for. Pass judgement if you want but I think that Trooper Tribby and the other arresting officers should be held accountable for the death of the dog!
Got the facts. Still if the man wasn't breaking the law and would have been a responsible driver this would have never happened. He's in jail so he did something illegal. People need to show responsibility and respect for others on the rode. If nothing else it will keep your butt out of jail.

Bad thing happen to criminals.
ouch

United States

#14 Nov 30, 2011
Dick wrote:
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Got the facts. Still if the man wasn't breaking the law and would have been a responsible driver this would have never happened. He's in jail so he did something illegal. People need to show responsibility and respect for others on the rode. If nothing else it will keep your butt out of jail.
Bad thing happen to criminals.
You are correct bad things happen to criminals. BUT, this was not the dogs fault. The only person that could have assured the pets safety was officers at the scene, nobody else knew. You are saying it is OK for the dog to die because the owner got arrested? Someone at the scene could have very easily seen to it that the INNOCENT dog was taken care of. They do put way more importance on a police dog because the person who was responsible for killing a K-9 is carged with not only murder, but murder of a policeman in the line of duty, they have the 21 gun salute and all. Justify however you want but the police were dead wrong. Ask the dog, who did nothing and died. Of course you cant for several reasons.
What

Morehead, KY

#15 Dec 1, 2011
ouch wrote:
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You are correct bad things happen to criminals. BUT, this was not the dogs fault. The only person that could have assured the pets safety was officers at the scene, nobody else knew. You are saying it is OK for the dog to die because the owner got arrested? Someone at the scene could have very easily seen to it that the INNOCENT dog was taken care of. They do put way more importance on a police dog because the person who was responsible for killing a K-9 is carged with not only murder, but murder of a policeman in the line of duty, they have the 21 gun salute and all. Justify however you want but the police were dead wrong. Ask the dog, who did nothing and died. Of course you cant for several reasons.
Exactly,There's nothing more that needs said except that Dick is a Dick and I hope someone runs over his ass,Probably a cop or a copsucker Lol!!!!!
Ouchie

Magee, MS

#16 Dec 1, 2011
One thing that is not answered here. Could the cops even catch the dog? I'm sure that they had more important things to do such as getting that piece of crap to jail. It got loose and ran off and got hit, screw that damn dog, so what. This guy was selling pills! Drugs! Do you all know what all that leads to? Other people dying due to overdose, burglaries, thefts, and more addictions. The dog died. It's dead. Go dig a hole, burry him inside a freakin suitcase. Thank you Trooper.
Burn Baby Burn

Owingsville, KY

#21 Dec 4, 2011
Ouchie wrote:
One thing that is not answered here. Could the cops even catch the dog? I'm sure that they had more important things to do such as getting that piece of crap to jail. It got loose and ran off and got hit, screw that damn dog, so what. This guy was selling pills! Drugs! Do you all know what all that leads to? Other people dying due to overdose, burglaries, thefts, and more addictions. The dog died. It's dead. Go dig a hole, burry him inside a freakin suitcase. Thank you Trooper.
If someone were to bury you in that manner, it would be showing you far more respect than you deserve. Hope they cremate your a**, to give you a jump start toward eternity.
Ouchie

Philadelphia, MS

#22 Dec 4, 2011
Burn Baby Burn wrote:
<quoted text> If someone were to bury you in that manner, it would be showing you far more respect than you deserve. Hope they cremate your a**, to give you a jump start toward eternity.
Out of all I said previously all you can reply back with is a wish for me to be burned? Thanks. Best wishes for you as well.
I Know you

Morehead, KY

#23 Dec 4, 2011
Ouchie wrote:
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Out of all I said previously all you can reply back with is a wish for me to be burned? Thanks. Best wishes for you as well.
Maybe it was just your I don't give a damn for an innocent dog attitude??
Ouchie

Philadelphia, MS

#24 Dec 4, 2011
I Know you wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe it was just your I don't give a damn for an innocent dog attitude??
Well call a spade a spade. I don't care. I feel better that one less drug dealer is out selling poison tonight. I'm sure somewhere there is a dog on the road. Have fun, better go find him.
wow

Lexington, KY

#25 Dec 5, 2011
Ouchie wrote:
One thing that is not answered here. Could the cops even catch the dog? I'm sure that they had more important things to do such as getting that piece of crap to jail. It got loose and ran off and got hit, screw that damn dog, so what. This guy was selling pills! Drugs! Do you all know what all that leads to? Other people dying due to overdose, burglaries, thefts, and more addictions. The dog died. It's dead. Go dig a hole, burry him inside a freakin suitcase. Thank you Trooper.
Shame on you!

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