Dude, What? - Animal Control Officer ...

Dude, What? - Animal Control Officer Dragged on Car Hood

There are 15 comments on the WXIA Atlanta story from Oct 14, 2007, titled Dude, What? - Animal Control Officer Dragged on Car Hood. In it, WXIA Atlanta reports that:

ATHENS, Ga. -- A man who snatched his impounded dog without paying fled the county pound with something else -- the animal control officer who was trying to prevent him from leaving.

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Naro

Decatur, GA

#1 Oct 14, 2007
She endangered her life over $85? That seems pretty stupid. Didn't they have the guy's address or license plate information so they could have tracked him down? A little common sense please!
Watchdog

Manchester, TN

#3 Oct 14, 2007
Not quite sure who is the bigger fool. As stated, it was only 85 big ones for either side. I believe he should be charged with more then a misdemeanor considering he tried to throw her for the car.

Since: May 07

Location hidden

#4 Oct 15, 2007
They should fire the Animal Control officer for putting his life endanger for $85.00,Sounds wrong I know but that is not his job, That is what 911 is for, Now that he is/if hurt he will have to be paid workmans comp. time off from work and then all his medical bills, Over what A dog, This was a theft, call 911 let them take care of it, He did his job he got the dog off the street for what ever reason, The owner came and took it Illegally, let the police deal with him. SO if they do go to court and the owner is order to pay all the bills so what? how can he when he is in jail? SO the tax payer is stuck with the bill, Thank God it did not turn out worse what if he had been run over and killed!!! and for what A DOG...IT IS A DOG not some top sercet weapon....my goodness.

“Pray for RAIN”

Since: Sep 07

Villa Rica

#5 Oct 15, 2007
Maybe the officer needed a highlighted day! What a crazy person to do something so nonsence.
triple a type

North Bend, OR

#6 Oct 15, 2007
Henderson was charged with simple battery.

opistoglyph

Since: Sep 07

Hannacroix, NY

#8 Oct 15, 2007
triple a type wrote:
Henderson was charged with simple battery.
He didn't get it...
low charge

North Bend, OR

#9 Oct 15, 2007
opistoglyph wrote:
<quoted text>He didn't get it...
<sigh...>

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#10 Oct 15, 2007
Goodnight opistoglyph the beer is getting to me lol Im getting sleepy.

opistoglyph

Since: Sep 07

Hannacroix, NY

#11 Oct 16, 2007
mo res wrote:
Goodnight opistoglyph the beer is getting to me lol Im getting sleepy.
Nite Mo. Hope things are semi normal Tues!
say what

Boynton Beach, FL

#12 Oct 26, 2007
Tuvok wrote:
They should fire the Animal Control officer for putting his life endanger for $85.00,Sounds wrong I know but that is not his job, That is what 911 is for, Now that he is/if hurt he will have to be paid workmans comp. time off from work and then all his medical bills, Over what A dog, This was a theft, call 911 let them take care of it, He did his job he got the dog off the street for what ever reason, The owner came and took it Illegally, let the police deal with him. SO if they do go to court and the owner is order to pay all the bills so what? how can he when he is in jail? SO the tax payer is stuck with the bill, Thank God it did not turn out worse what if he had been run over and killed!!! and for what A DOG...IT IS A DOG not some top sercet weapon....my goodness.
I cant believe you think the officer should be fired. Get you facts straight first.
Apalled

United States

#13 Oct 26, 2007
The animal control officer went too far. He should have called 911 and called it a day. His job can't be that boring whereas he would risk life and limb for a DOG.

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#14 Oct 26, 2007
Apalled wrote:
The animal control officer went too far. He should have called 911 and called it a day. His job can't be that boring whereas he would risk life and limb for a DOG.
Maybe his life was boring and he needed some excitement.

opistoglyph

Since: Sep 07

Ravena, NY

#15 Oct 26, 2007
mo res wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe his life was boring and he needed some excitement.
He was watching Ace Ventura when the crime occurred.

The Big Time

“Runs Like a Deere”

Since: Jan 07

Forest Park, GA

#16 Oct 26, 2007
Sounds like any TJ Hooker episode,

he would end up on the hood of a fleeing car every show......or at least enough for SNL to make fun of it......

opistoglyph

Since: Sep 07

Ravena, NY

#17 Oct 26, 2007
The Big Time wrote:
Sounds like any TJ Hooker episode,
he would end up on the hood of a fleeing car every show......or at least enough for SNL to make fun of it......
It's...Showtime! Deniro and Murphy, who would've ever thought of that combo. Rene Russo was in that movie, is as hot now as when she modeled years ago. Troubled youth...left home like 16 years old. Very funny girl. She thought I was strange. Probably right.

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