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Missing 5-year-old Florida girl likely was abducted, police say

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Level 1

Since: Jan 13

Bradley, IL

#96252 Sep 9, 2013
Sami wrote:
GM Ponderings, Annie & All! Thanks for your advice & stories Annie & Ponderings. Our dog is really still a pup, she is 21 mos. and we did get her neutered and got all her shots. She has really tamed a lot. She will still take my daughters shoes, etc. but she doesn't chew them up she actually takes them in front of us to play and chase her. When we 1st got her she bit up everything including the corner of our wall, table legs, etc., but again she doesn't do that anymore. She is potty trained for the most part but will come in for no reason and pee on the carpet on occasion. She does follow commands like sit, lay, etc. She is smart and does tell us when she wants to go outside or takes us to her bowls to tell us she wants food or water. She really is a sweet, beautiful, dog and she doesn't bite, she's not mean at all. She has really came a long way. I was told her mother acts the same as she does. We got her from good ppl, it's my sons friends ranch. She loves being inside with us, but she also likes to run on her ventures. She was starting to be good and only running across the street or next door to play with the neighbors dogs, then coming home for the most part. However, this is the 2nd time in a wk. she has went on long ventures and this time she didn't come home. I do believe someone has her cuz she will come up to you, she is a friendly pup. I dunno that idiot in the next sub may have held her and called the pound again. I dunno, cuz she hadn't been in that sub since Mar., but if she sees a dog she will go play and this guy has a dog too.
Just be sure she is never allowed outside without supervision! She sounds like a good pet however, and I think as she matures she will be a wonderful part of the family. Be SURE that someone in the family takes her for a walk every day. We had a stray come to us one time who was a Beagle mix - Beagles are notorious for running off... they will always come back, if they don't get killed. But that's not the way to live; until we truly adopted her, I was worried every day when driving home, afraid I would find her dead on the road. She finally calmed down (not like the other dog I had years ago)____ we got her spade, etc. and she died of old age at fourteen. I also walked her every day unless it was the dead of winter; if the temps were in the teens I still did. By doing so, not only did she love her walks but it calmed her down and she didn't have the need to run off anymore. She really looked forward to her walks, and I even lost some weight by getting more exercise.

I went to the Goodwill and got a baby's sweatshirt with a hoodie for her that would fit her. You don't have to pay large amounts of money for clothing for a dog... just go to Goodwill! She had several garments I bought like that; they zipped up snug around her body and the hoodie kept her ears warm. Don't laugh... she was a very short haired dog and her tummy was almost hairless - but those clothes kept her toasty!
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96253 Sep 9, 2013
Hi! Ponderings, lol, so you used reg. clothes on your doggie. Great idea and my daughter dresses our dog up in clothes too. We have a chain on our back tree and a zipline for her. She likes being outside, but she has broken the zip many times and many chains too. We can't always be out there with her and she's fine, but every once in awhile she will break lose. She won't stay in her kennel either. She breaks out of every side, top and or bottom even when we tie the sides she has broken the rope, bungie cords, etc. It's next to impossible to keep her from ever getting lose/out if she wants to.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96254 Sep 9, 2013
Sami wrote:
P.S., Annie, I know it's not funny, but your stories made me laugh, don't be surprised, cuz no matter what the topic is you always make me laugh and I so luv it...lol You sure had your hands full with all those dogs and them roaming, fighting and you getting calls....for trhe ongest when we 1st got our dog, she must have broke off 10 or more leashes and collars and I can feel you cuz we got so many calls telling us where she was and knocks on the door with neighbors we didn't even know bringing home our dog...Not to mention neighbors helping me while I'm running up and down the street in the snow in my slippers and pjs at 7am trying to get her..ugh Again, we've had her for 18 mos and she's came a long way. I was told they usually settle down at the age of 3.
Sami! I did not realize that you'd had the puppy for so long. Heavens' you've all already bonded with her. It sounds like you've made a log of progress with her too. There's nothing you can do now but keep up the good work and just pray you can keep her from getting arrested again. Honey, she's yourn' now...!

I can just see you running up and down the street in the snow in your pj's and slippers. Sweetie...! Throw on a wrap next time.

Glad you get a bang out of some of my posts. I got one out of your court visit too... You know, the judge could have slammed you in the slammer under some bogus contempt charge? Guess he saw the look in your angry eyes and decided to back off! he he...

Seriously, I wish you the best with the little doggie. She sounds like she is on her way to be a really good dog, God bless her, and all of you
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96255 Sep 9, 2013
Well, she's still gone so I dunno we'll see.

So what do you think of missing Erica's case? That adopted mother sounds just like babykiller Casey. They must think everyone is a complete idiot to believe any of her bs story and the non-existing Nan. It's mind boggling that our judicial system even has to play along with these bs games and lies. That poor child never had a chance.

Level 1

Since: Jan 13

Bradley, IL

#96256 Sep 9, 2013
One thing for certain; dogs do not like to be tied up! Some animal specialists also thinks it finally makes them mean, but it probably depends on the individual dog and temperament.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96257 Sep 9, 2013
Sami wrote:
Well, she's still gone so I dunno we'll see.
So what do you think of missing Erica's case? That adopted mother sounds just like babykiller Casey. They must think everyone is a complete idiot to believe any of her bs story and the non-existing Nan. It's mind boggling that our judicial system even has to play along with these bs games and lies. That poor child never had a chance.
Like so many of the little ones today, these poor babies don't stand a chance; not from their bio mother, or bio father, or any of their relatives, and not from the foster and/or adoptive parents or their relatives. So many of these little ones literally have NO ONE that cares one iota about them. It's a tragedy that so many of our precious babies are suffering lingering deaths at the hands of their own supposed loved-ones.

From what little I've been able to gather about missing Erica, here's another so-called mother who didn't give a damn whether this child lived or died. WHY WHY WHY do these no-good sorry low-down women (and men) take children they have no intentions of loving or taking care of? I just don't get it.

Of course, they're as guilty as the day is long. I hope they get the DP or LWOP.

Have you taken a drive through the community to see if you can find the dog? God, I hope for your sakes that she hasn't been apprehended again! We had one who would sit and stare out the patio door for hours, just waiting for his chance to take a hike and waiting for one of us to slip up and open that door. Sure enough, if he waited long enough one of us was going to forget what he was up too. Like lightening, off he'd go.

Then we'd have to go looking for the little b'stard, but he would hear and recognize the engine sound of our car from way down the street or blocks away, and would back off into the bushes and hide from us! We caught him doing it. So then we'd come on back home like we didn't see him hiding, then he'd come on home with his tail twixt his legs and slinking low, up to the front door. Never to the back door that he snuck out of. Good luck finding her, hon; they know all the tricks.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96258 Sep 9, 2013
Ponderings wrote:
One thing for certain; dogs do not like to be tied up! Some animal specialists also thinks it finally makes them mean, but it probably depends on the individual dog and temperament.
I believe this is true too Ponderings. That is, under normal circumstances. The one vicious attack dog we had, the german shepherd, we had no choice as he was a real killer dog who should have been properly trained as a puppy but instead had been trained to kill, probably had been severely beaten and taught to attack. No one, and I mean, NO ONE could control this dog, not even behind a six foot fence with no cracks in it or under it.

My only hope of any control whatsoever was to chain him up on the back porch right outside the door. There, he seemed to be comforted a little, knowing we were just on the other side of that door, and knowing the kitten would come and lie with him. Also, when I brought him in at night and chained him to the foot of my bed, he would lie there peacefully, I guess knowing he was on the job. For that, he truly was a top notch watch dog.

It's a sorry shame he could not be trained and had to live on a chain at all times. We felt so bad about him having to be put down, but sooner or later that dog would have gone for somebody's jugular had he ever gotten the chance. Sad, we could not trust him for one second out of our sight; there is just no way to describe what an uncontrollable vicious dog he was.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96259 Sep 10, 2013
GM All! Annie, you tried but if she was already set in her ways and mean and attacks then you can't change her and you would be held responsible if she bit someone and you certainly wouldn't want her to attack a child.

Yea, my son saw her the ngt. she got lose and tried to get her, but she just runs and we drove around multiple times looking for her with no luck. He was holding her on her chain to let her go pee when she slipped out of her collar. If the idiot in the next sub called the pound again, then sadly she's going to have to stay there cuz we can't pay close to $700 in fines again. They say they want to help animals, but instead of me being able to pay to get her out of the pound which is enough to pay they will make me go to court and pay $100's in fines and court cost. They know this pup is not mean and she does not bite and they pick her up right behind her house. I'm sorry, but I would be stupid. It would be like walking up to a police officer with my hand out asking him to give me fines totally $700ish and make me go to court and get a misdemeanor like they did my husband. It's all about the $ & it's bs. Maybe if they put the dog back where they stole it from then it would come home.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96260 Sep 10, 2013
Concerning 15 yr. old Erica who is missing. The adopted parents are bold face liars. They said they sent her off to live with some imaginary bio gm named Nan 2 yrs. ago who does not exist. They continued to collect $ for her and cash the checks. They said they did not even know the addy @ where this so called Nan lived and they haven't spoken to her in yrs. Oh & Erica didn't take any of her belongings with her cuz when this Nan & 2 other ladies came to meet her at a McDonalds they conveniently brought all new clothes for her. What?? What TA leaves with nothing of their own? Not to mention it was a wk. b4 x-mas so I would think the so called bio GM (Nan) would have giving Erica all these new items for x-mas presents instead of bringing them in their car all the way to meet her to just have to take them back home. Nothing they say makes any sense. Their bio son is the one who notified authorities saying she's been missing for 2 yrs. and his parents killed her. The poor child was not seen by anyone else in yrs. & of course she was said to be home schooled. Relatives said the adopted mom, Casey abused her and I believe it.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96261 Sep 10, 2013
Oh God, this is a terrible story, Sami. Yep, they've killed her and there is no Nan or g/m. All lies. The bio-son is telling the truth. This precious child is dead, brutally murdered. What I don't get is why no CPS reps ever follow up on these children after they are placed? You know, there are websites where these parents, adoptive & foster parents, can trade or pass off these children to someone else and no one ever knows? TRUE STORY and they are never followed up on by CPS!

You recall; I had a ward of the court child (friend of my g/d, 9 yrs old)staying with me last Jan, 2012. The hateful old mo-fkr G/F that she lived alone with told the County POs that if anything ever happened to him for them to bring her to me. Well it did and they did. He went into a coma, she told the PO what he had told her to do in an emergency (call me)so a PO called me out of the blue to come get her; I said okay and went over there. He couldn't let her go though, without first calling the DCF to meet with me, which one did.

He came to my house, it was in total disarray, dirty and an embarrassment, as I had been sick for sometime. This did not concern him in the least; he only checked to see if I had a separate room and bed for her and that I had food in the fridge/pantry. Sami, I had just had a HUGE flea infestation in this house and there were STILL live fleas in here, which I told him about. He wasn't in this house more than 15 mins, had me sign some papers, and left Brianna with me. I told him that I didn't know how long I could keep her as I had to go to Tampa for cancer treatment in Feb. I also told him that I had to go to Tampa the next day for a week of lab work/tests, but guess I would just have to keep her out of school and take her with me. "OK"? I gave him the ph#s where I could be reached. To all of this, he said ok!

He never called or checked on her one time! Come Feb 7th, I had to track him down to come get Brianna as I had to leave for Tampa the next day. Do you know, he was MAD AS HELL at me "for giving him such short notice"; even so, he didn't show up until late that next day which put me in a very inconvenient situation. NOW the bastard won't tell me where he placed her or how she is doing. I have tried everything I know to find her and it's one long dead alley. He won't EVEN respond to me.
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96262 Sep 10, 2013
I just wish to GOD I had a way to find that child. I have tried everything I know. I have even tried to get the Welfare Dept to locate and tell me where she is. Won't do it. ALL the DCF records are sealed and there is no communication. The schools aren't allowed to tell you either if a child is registered there. How sad for Brianna; through no fault of her own, she has been totally removed from the only ones who ever loved and cared about her welfare and left with no contact. Her only close friends.

This is how they get away with their not taking care of these children. My G/D still cries about it that we cannot find her friend Brianna. Numerous & many messages we have left on her cell#, no response, which was likely shut off long ago. We've kept a live update on her face book page just in case she ever checks it, no response. So this tells me they did not give the laptop to her that I sent with her things, and this also tells me that she is not allowed to use a computer, as Brianna dearly LOVED her face book and playing her childish games on the computer.

I wish I had never let her go. Her birthday was last May 17th, she would have been ten. Now she would be eleven this past May 17th. She could have still been safe right here with me; what the hell did CPS care if I was practically living in filth at the time, alone and sick, or if I took her out of school and took her with me for treatments? Obviously, they did NOT care. I could have always taken her with me, and she could have looked after herself right here at times when I could not do anything for/with her.

If only I'd known that we would lose track of her forever, I would have kept her, would have even fought them to keep her if only I'd known. The DCF and the CPS actually PUTS these children in a position of no one ever being able to check up on them or see that they are being taken care of!
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96263 Sep 10, 2013
Sami wrote:
GM All! Annie, you tried but if she was already set in her ways and mean and attacks then you can't change her and you would be held responsible if she bit someone and you certainly wouldn't want her to attack a child.
Yea, my son saw her the ngt. she got lose and tried to get her, but she just runs and we drove around multiple times looking for her with no luck. He was holding her on her chain to let her go pee when she slipped out of her collar. If the idiot in the next sub called the pound again, then sadly she's going to have to stay there cuz we can't pay close to $700 in fines again. They say they want to help animals, but instead of me being able to pay to get her out of the pound which is enough to pay they will make me go to court and pay $100's in fines and court cost. They know this pup is not mean and she does not bite and they pick her up right behind her house. I'm sorry, but I would be stupid. It would be like walking up to a police officer with my hand out asking him to give me fines totally $700ish and make me go to court and get a misdemeanor like they did my husband. It's all about the $ & it's bs. Maybe if they put the dog back where they stole it from then it would come home.
Sami, I already knew the German Shepherd was unmanageable before I took her to my vet friend. I got her right after my husband died and Brian was 15. We were living in the 3-story house, just the two of us, next door to a huge apartment complex that sometimes got a little rowdy,(this was not the time we lived in the wooded area). Sometimes I was a little frightened there alone at night so I got the guard dog.

Ha...! Brian could not even take her for a walk, she would fight fiercely to get away. We could only let her lose off the chain in the fenced-in rear yard for a few mins at the time to run and do her business, with Brian standing right there to grab her, as she could escape that too. I was living in total fear that this dog was going to go on the run and kill somebody!

OMG, it could have cost me everything I had or ever would have, not to mention that someone could have been mugged and bled to death. In fact, my insurance agent who had an office next door on the other side,(State Farm) came over and told me they would no longer insure my property as long as I had this attack dog; then the vet friend told me that no way would he attempt to place her for me, anywhere, that he simply would not take that chance. After this, I had a burglar alarm system installed.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96264 Sep 10, 2013
Oh, Annie, I remember you telling my about ur GD friend who lived with her GF. I'm so sorry, you tried your best. Thank goodness you are a loving, caring, person cuz this goes to show that DCF doesn't care where they leave these children. They didn't even care that you were undergoing cancer treatments and had no help of your own to even keep up ur house or the fact you had to now take care of a young child and even take her out of town to ur appointments which are already hard on you and would be hard on her. Bless ur big heart, Annie.

I guess, these adopted parents of Erica's were relatives of the mothers ex husband even though she wasn't the mothers husbands child. They did have her three half siblings which were bio relatives, but they gave them to other relatives and only kept Erica which wasn't even a blood relative. That in itself is kinda off. It sounds like this poor child had next to no contact with the outside world. No family or friends to question where she is. Both of these adoptive parents relatives came out against them. This bio mother was also a surrogate mother and told the mother she lost the baby cuz it is believed she wanted to sell the woman's baby after getting all the $ from her. Unbelievable.

Gosh, I'm still sad about our dog. She has came along way from biting up everything in the house. We do luv her and she is beautiful, but she just won't stop straying and we can't continue to pay to get her out of the pound and the fines and court cost. On top of the times she's gone to the pound, there is another 50 times we've chased her and finally we or our neighbors caught her. We have 3 kids and with their friends and us, she escapes either out the door or breaks her chains and or collars. We just can't guarantee she won't escape again, cuz she will. Sure she'll come back if she doesn't get caught by the pound and she gets caught by the pound cuz the idiot in the next sub holds her.....ugh..I dunno....
EyeOfTheNewt

Cape Coral, FL

#96265 Sep 10, 2013
Sami wrote:
GM All! Annie, you tried but if she was already set in her ways and mean and attacks then you can't change her and you would be held responsible if she bit someone and you certainly wouldn't want her to attack a child.
Yea, my son saw her the ngt. she got lose and tried to get her, but she just runs and we drove around multiple times looking for her with no luck. He was holding her on her chain to let her go pee when she slipped out of her collar. If the idiot in the next sub called the pound again, then sadly she's going to have to stay there cuz we can't pay close to $700 in fines again. They say they want to help animals, but instead of me being able to pay to get her out of the pound which is enough to pay they will make me go to court and pay $100's in fines and court cost. They know this pup is not mean and she does not bite and they pick her up right behind her house. I'm sorry, but I would be stupid. It would be like walking up to a police officer with my hand out asking him to give me fines totally $700ish and make me go to court and get a misdemeanor like they did my husband. It's all about the $ & it's bs. Maybe if they put the dog back where they stole it from then it would come home.
So you are saying, Sami; the dog has been missing since day before yesterday? She slipped out of her collar on Sunday afternoon and ran; was gone all night that night, all day yesterday and last night and is still missing this morning? She could be anywhere, Sami; as you said, she was friendly and someone could have picked her up; or either the b'stard behind you called the animal control again to come get her. But if that's the case Sami, wouldn't they have called you since the dog is registered and licensed? Have you considered calling them to see if they picked her up? Or would you have to identify yourself and this too risky?

Have you considered going to the mans' house behind you and asking him if he has seen your dog, without going wild and screaming at him and facing even worse charges? I think I would consider doing that (or send your husband) IF he could stay calm. On the other hand, I'm sure you are so p'ssed at the fool that it would be hard to maintain your composure, maybe your hubby too. I do know that my husband could NOT have approached him without wanting to tear him from limb to limb and I would have had to do it myself.

IA w/everything you said; My God, the cost of redeeming your poor dog from his prison (if that's where he is) is astronomical! AND bullshyt $ just like you said! As heartbreaking as it is, I couldn't do it either. This is why my husband and I decided to allow the 30-days warning we had to expire and not register/license the dogs. At least we gave them one more chance, at a VERY high cost for six dogs; but we knew if we ever did register/license them, we would be crucified in court the next time those dogs got picked up.

But since your dog IS licensed/registered/tagged, and the pound can easily find out who she belongs too (maybe NOT if she wasn't chipped?), can they still come after you for prosecution of allowing the dog to run lose and with no collar,(since she DID slip out of her collar); OR if they had asked the man who called them, and he TOLD them who the dog belonged too, could they still come after you and cite you to court anyway? I just pray she comes home today!

Level 1

Since: Jan 13

Bradley, IL

#96266 Sep 10, 2013
Sami wrote:
Oh, Annie, I remember you telling my about ur GD friend who lived with her GF. I'm so sorry, you tried your best. Thank goodness you are a loving, caring, person cuz this goes to show that DCF doesn't care where they leave these children. They didn't even care that you were undergoing cancer treatments and had no help of your own to even keep up ur house or the fact you had to now take care of a young child and even take her out of town to ur appointments which are already hard on you and would be hard on her. Bless ur big heart, Annie.
I guess, these adopted parents of Erica's were relatives of the mothers ex husband even though she wasn't the mothers husbands child. They did have her three half siblings which were bio relatives, but they gave them to other relatives and only kept Erica which wasn't even a blood relative. That in itself is kinda off. It sounds like this poor child had next to no contact with the outside world. No family or friends to question where she is. Both of these adoptive parents relatives came out against them. This bio mother was also a surrogate mother and told the mother she lost the baby cuz it is believed she wanted to sell the woman's baby after getting all the $ from her. Unbelievable.
Gosh, I'm still sad about our dog. She has came along way from biting up everything in the house. We do luv her and she is beautiful, but she just won't stop straying and we can't continue to pay to get her out of the pound and the fines and court cost. On top of the times she's gone to the pound, there is another 50 times we've chased her and finally we or our neighbors caught her. We have 3 kids and with their friends and us, she escapes either out the door or breaks her chains and or collars. We just can't guarantee she won't escape again, cuz she will. Sure she'll come back if she doesn't get caught by the pound and she gets caught by the pound cuz the idiot in the next sub holds her.....ugh..I dunno....
Do you have busy roadways around your home? Have you checked all the surrounding areas to see if she has been killed by a car? That's the first thing I would have done. Because if she continues to get loose, that is what may happen to her.:-(
King George

West Lafayette, IN

#96267 Sep 10, 2013
Hi everyone. Broken hearted today. Investigators (finally) found one of the little ones I've been watching. Baby Elaina Steinfurth's remains were found in a box in the rafters of the King's garage.
http://www.toledonewsnow.com/story/23389795/d...

They could have found her some time ago. A volunteer for the "Justice for Neveah" search group said: "she had asked police to search the garage near Steven King's home months ago."
""We had a group that went down in the alleys next to the King's house, and there was a gentleman who came out with a two-by-four, threatening my group to get out of that yard and stay away from that garage," Cundick explained. "So that kind of threw up a red flag."
Cundick said after her search group was warned to stay away from the garage many weeks ago, they went back to that area with a search dog.

"[The dog] started hitting on the fence and started jumping up in the air, and was really close to the garage and we just knew something did not feel right," she said."
http://kpho.membercenter.worldnow.com/story/2...

Anne, yes, we are all friends here. In the case of little Haleigh, you were the only other people who investigated the investigation.
Information is released regularly concerning government involvement in abducting children in other countries. But, most people here in the good old USA seem to think that it's impossible for our government to be involved in anything like that. It only happens in ALL the other countries of the world. You on this forum were the only others to say "Hey, something's wrong with this investigation" I thank God for you.

I think that Erica Parsons was sold. NC ranks # 8 for child trafficking in the US. IMO, Casey and Carolyn will do anything to make a buck as long as they don't have to work for it.
The Parsons arranged a meeting with bio mom Carolyn in 2011 so that she and Erica could meet, and to let Carolyn know that due to Casey's failing health, they might have to give Erica back. So, although Carolyn did not feel the need to take Erica back, she knew that the Parsons were looking for someone to take her.
Casey claims that Carolyn is the one who put them in touch with the woman who claimed to be Erica's grandmother. I don't find that too far fetched. Carolyn is the one that knew the Goodman's. It's rumored that Carolyn lived with Strawberry for a while. The trade off took place at a McDonald's in Mooresville. This is hardly a half way point. Asheville is much further from Mooresville than Salisbury. Carolyn used to live in Mooresville. Rumor again is she used to work at a McDonald's in Mooresville. LE has now told Carolyn to stop talking to the media, or go home.
Casey said that Erica's disability is that she is mentally slow. When she was taken out of public school, she was functioning about three years behind other children her age. So, at her current age of 15, she may be functioning at about a 10-12 year old level. Again, rumor - adoptive sister, Britteny Cline was able to find Erica on FB, but, she was going under an assumed name. Based on the fact that Erica is still a little child mentally, I would assume that someone else set up a FB account for her under an assumed name.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96268 Sep 10, 2013
Hi! King George, yes, how sad that the dog was hitting on the yard and le said it was nothing and lil Elaina's body was found in the garage. So do you think she ws originally hid in the back neighbors garage/yard, then moved to the bf's garage after it was searched and LE presence calmed down? ppl are sick. I would love to see the vid. of the poc mother when she was told they found her babies body.

Also, so you think maybe the bio mother did set up the exchange with Erica? Casey says she gave all the info. to this so called Nan person, however, we know Nan does not exist. I dunno, but it is possible the mother is involved, but Casey said her other daughter was there when she gave Eric to them and the daughter said she was not. Also, the adopted father said he never even got out to meet them. I dunno, but it is clear they cared nothing about Erica. They had no addy to go visit her, no number cuz they said it was disconnected and they never did anything to contact her. No birthday calls, presents, x-mas calls, presents, nothing. They also said they were told Erica was taking to the ER but didn't even ask the name of the hosp. or give her the Medicaid card when she left. She very well could have been sold and the mother could be involved, cuz I thought of that possibility, but the Parson's are involved as well. IMO Also, who even knows if Erica really did have any learning disability. It seems like the Parsons were $ hungry and they could have said this to get that monthly check which they continued to receive and cash. They also breeded dogs and they tried to keep the mothers baby who they were surrogating for so they can sell it to someone else per the mother and she said they told her she miscarried. How rotten is that? I don't put anything pass them.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96269 Sep 10, 2013
Annie & ponderings, we did drive around multiple times looking for her cuz we were afraid she got hurt, but she usually only runs in our two subs and nobody has seen her. The 1st time we couldn't find her, we put her info. on FB and called the pound and they had her. The 2nd time the pound called us cuz it was only a mo. later and that time we got fines and had to go to court even after paying to get her out. In between these two times the guy called my house and said he had my dog. It was 7am and I went and got her. He made it clear he was an AH & even though he knew my dog was just a pup and not a threat and just wanted to play with his dog, he said, he couldn't have it and he called this time cuz they said they would fine me and then he kept. her and called the pound again. No, we will not go to the rotten guys house. I was going to the last time and my bro said if he called the pound on ur dog, then he will call the cops on you. he has a dog of his own, how he can call the pound on a NON-violent dog is beyond me. I would never do such a thing. Like I said many neighbors in both subs, ppl I didn't even know would bring her home. Sorry, but if she's in the pound, which I'm sure she is, then they'll have to support her now or bring her back where they stole her from cuz my husband is done with this and I can't blame him. We've tried our best and she will get loose again. P.S. Annie, she doesn't have her tags cuz she lost them while running last mo. and she doesn't have her collar on cuz she slipped out of it while my son was bringing her back in. I nor my husband has ever had a dog who would run away from you like this and not listen to you call them back. She loves us, but she wants to do what she wants and we can't afford it anymore.
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96270 Sep 10, 2013
ok, just saw the lady in the next sub making her daily walk. This is one of the ladies who brought our dog home b4 cuz she wouldn't come back and after chasing her in the snow on foot for a block I came back home to get dressed and get my daughter ready for school. My dog barked and followed this lady all the way to her house. Anyway, this lady said there was an officer in her sub who picked up a dog who looked like mine. I knew it. I'm so friggen pissed. B4 the pound lady said she would have just brought our dog right back if she knew we were so close. That guy who calls knows where we live and he could have told them, better yet, he could have called us like he did b4....ugh
Sami

Jacksonville, AR

#96271 Sep 10, 2013
OMG, I want to go over that guys house so bad, but my husband is begging me not to. I want to tell him that not only does he know my dog is a puppy, she doesn't bite and she is just 4 house behind us playing with his dog and Instead of him calling me he sends my dog to the pound for the 3rd time. My husband just got back out of the hospital today after a wk. and not only do my 3 children have a sick father, but now they have no dog. ppl are friggen rotten.

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