Two more dead dogs found in Washtenaw...

Two more dead dogs found in Washtenaw County

There are 45 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Mar 25, 2006, titled Two more dead dogs found in Washtenaw County. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The Humane Society in Washtenaw County is cautioning residents to watch their pets after authorities found the decapitated bodies of two more dogs and two dead foxes along roads in rural ...

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John Smith

United States

#1 Mar 26, 2006
The man is sick!
Karen Begovich

United States

#2 Mar 26, 2006
I don't understand why the authorities are not "staking"
out the area where all the animals are found butchered.
Surely, this is more important now that it is involving
pets that have been stolen and slain. Next, these fiends will kill a human...
Jozlyn Nord Ypsilanti MI

Ann Arbor, MI

#3 Mar 27, 2006
But actually we don't know whether or not if it's a man or a woman! And it is sick and very cruel!! They start off kiling animals then humans are their next victim
Rachael B

Ypsilanti, MI

#4 Mar 28, 2006
I see this as a serious threat to the safty of a lot of people. Word around the campfire is that this is the starts of a serial killer. Dohmer started out this way. Check out the Michigan Serial Killer. A number of Eastern Michigan Students killed. Just fabulous. I agree with the stake outs. Time to catch this before is does become humans.
trex

Holland, MI

#5 Mar 29, 2006
So if the authorities are not "staking" out the area- Why dont we?! We need to stop this fiend before he does more killing!
Karen

United States

#6 Mar 29, 2006
Thats a good idea, but who knows what your dealing with?
I think the authorities, and humane society, and police are better equipped to deal with this. We can still watch our neighborhoods, and look out for strangers. Someone has to see something odd, and will report it.
Its only a matter of time. They are going to make a mistake...
trex

Holland, MI

#7 Mar 29, 2006
Karen wrote:
Thats a good idea, but who knows what your dealing with?
I think the authorities, and humane society, and police are better equipped to deal with this. We can still watch our neighborhoods, and look out for strangers. Someone has to see something odd, and will report it.
Its only a matter of time. They are going to make a mistake...
By profiling, we can surmise that this is a man, caucasion, probably in his late 30's to late 40's, a hunter, no children, abused as a child, and has a low income job; and a loner. He has a need to be caught and will slip up soon. Keep your eyes out for vans or trucks with caps on them- I am going to talk with the Humane Society and get as much info as I can. I know this area and will continue to keep a Vigilant Watch!
Nikole

AOL

#8 Mar 30, 2006
trex i agree with you, obviously this person has alot of time on there hands as well as blood so we need to get him. i think we all need to be alittle afraid of him obviously he is dangerous but he is also a very scared person who has little self respect so i think we should hunt him down and he should fear us. the thin is i was kinda hoping it was a hunter and possibly a dog got caught in a trap, but then even that person should not mutate them or bind them up with duct tape or twine,and where are the heads of these animals??? i just hope this doe not get for gotten just because they are animals..i hope some one sees something soon.
Melanie

United States

#9 Mar 30, 2006
I don't believe its one person.
Nor do I believe this person is a real "hunter".
He is to messy and very careless. And vicious.
No, these individuals are are mocking society, and
disregarding rules and laws. They could have been abused as children, or been "abusing" as children. Do they
hate animals? Or are they using these savage attacks on animals to practice on? Whatever, I certainly don't want to meet them in the woods. They are not going to stop until "caught". They need to be caught, and punished. The scary part is that even if they are arrested, and found guilty, they will be back out on the streets. 4 years and a $5,000 fine is nothing, compared to how much horror they have inflicted on the community. They should have stiffer finds for people that abuse and kill animals...
Nikole

AOL

#10 Mar 31, 2006
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? thats it, four years of prison time?? that is a slap on the wrist, thats actually a slap in my face. wow we really need to get more strict.you know i was talking about this sick thing with friends cause i can not get this sick torture out of my head and my friends said maybe it was a group of people doing it like a cult or some kind of sacrafice??? that is even sicker but do you think that is a possiblity??
Karen

United States

#11 Mar 31, 2006
Anything is possible. Check out Michigan Animal Cruelty Laws. I haven't seen anything on the news or paper in days, maybe it has stopped for now, but that doesn't mean they aren't doing it some place else??? Or all this publicity and a huge reward is making them "nervous"??
Christen Allen Iman

Long Beach, CA

#12 Apr 5, 2006
trex wrote:
<quoted text> By profiling, we can surmise that this is a man, caucasion, probably in his late 30's to late 40's, a hunter, no children, abused as a child, and has a low income job; and a loner. He has a need to be caught and will slip up soon. Keep your eyes out for vans or trucks with caps on them- I am going to talk with the Humane Society and get as much info as I can. I know this area and will continue to keep a Vigilant Watch!
Hi Trex.
I was taking a brief look at the information available on the recent activity involving animal mutilation and decapitations, when I found this site. After reading your particular post, I was somewhat impressed with your personal analysis of the the offender and his possible background and your partial psychological profile on him as well. I realize you are for the most part using "statistical" input here in it's development, but there is something about how you are looking at this situation that has captured my curiosity. If you would care to discuss the psychological aspects of this case further, I myself, would be happy to share my thoughts about this with you as well.

The lack of physical evidence which could suggest these "domesticated" animals may have been involved in "illegal" activities is an important element I believe. Their being considered for the most part as being "fighting-type" dogs.

They're not being listed amongst the County-wide list of missing dogs is interesting as well.

The wire snare noose found around "Daisy's" neck as well as "Duke" who went missing and has not been located at this time suggests the most probable location of activity would be within say a one-mile radius of his home, the residence of ms. Hart. This would incompass the range of what most dog's that run loose would cover. These animals are being captured or "trapped" during daylight hours and most likely being dumped at the locations they are later found some time during the late evening, early morning. I also believe the offender lives in a rural setting and utilizes a pickup truck for transport. I also believe he is enjoying the amount of concern and fear he is causing this small community. There is a very specific reason he has begun and has focused on this relatively narrow area. I believe he lives in this same community and this is his way of getting back at someone in the community or some agency that is part of such. Therefore, may I suggest that any surveillance that may be undertaken by yourself or other citizens be done so at these times as well as early afternoon. Weekends would could well be the height of such activity. That the primary focal point be within the one-mile radius of this woman's residence?

Sincerely
Christen Iman
Oroville, California

[email protected]
Christen Allen Iman

Long Beach, CA

#13 Apr 5, 2006
Christen Allen Iman wrote:
<quoted text>

Hi Trex.
I was taking a brief look at the information available on the recent activity involving animal mutilation and decapitations, when I found this site. After reading your particular post, I was somewhat impressed with your personal analysis of the the offender and his possible background and your partial psychological profile on him as well. I realize you are for the most part using "statistical" input here in it's development, but there is something about how you are looking at this situation that has captured my curiosity. If you would care to discuss the psychological aspects of this case further, I myself, would be happy to share my thoughts about this with you as well.

The lack of physical evidence which could suggest these "domesticated" animals may have been involved in "illegal" activities is an important element I believe. Their being considered for the most part as being "fighting-type" dogs.

They're not being listed amongst the County-wide list of missing dogs is interesting as well.

The wire snare noose found around "Daisy's" neck as well as "Duke" who went missing and has not been located at this time suggests the most probable location of activity would be within say a one-mile radius of his home, the residence of ms. Hart. This would incompass the range of what most dog's that run loose would cover. These animals are being captured or "trapped" during daylight hours and most likely being dumped at the locations they are later found some time during the late evening, early morning. I also believe the offender lives in a rural setting and utilizes a pickup truck for transport. I also believe he is enjoying the amount of concern and fear he is causing this small community. There is a very specific reason he has begun and has focused on this relatively narrow area. I believe he lives in this same community and this is his way of getting back at someone in the community or some agency that is part of such. Therefore, may I suggest that any surveillance that may be undertaken by yourself or other citizens be done so at these times as well as early afternoon. Weekends would could well be the height of such activity. That the primary focal point be within the one-mile radius of this woman's residence?

Sincerely
Christen Iman
Oroville, California

[email protected]
I have edited my post to reflect the correct email address. It is [email protected]
The Kids

United States

#14 Jan 10, 2007
Its us again from last year with the bunny with no body. we were wondering if you found anything new about the case? If you ask me the police should try a little harder to get the person or people who are doing this!!!!!
The Kids
P.S. Please write back SOON!!!!!!
The Kids

United States

#15 Jan 17, 2007
We want to know what you think. Is someone doing this because thier a werdo? Or is it some stupid kids being stupid?
YpsiTooth

Ypsilanti, MI

#16 Jan 26, 2007
Has there been any development of this case??
_YpsiTooth
PARKER

United States

#17 Feb 8, 2007
CARS
The Kid

Lucas, IA

#18 Feb 18, 2007
No. I don't belive that there has been any development in this case other than what I saw on TV today. I saw that there was other animals such as cows being killed. They had utters gone and tounges. Most had their ears and parts of their eyes removed. Some say that it was aliens. Is it possible?
The Kid

Fredericksburg, IA

#19 Feb 22, 2007
Hey its me again. look if any of you are going to ask if they have found out who did it. you might as well not even ask it. if they had found out who did this they wouldn't have this web site!
The Kid
Karen

Niota, TN

#20 Apr 21, 2007
No one has been arrested for this crime against the animals...Why not?

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