Hateful Gook Arrested for Pouring Scalding Hot Water on Caged Dog

The cruel Chink arrested for repeatedly pouring boiling water on a dog doesn’t even speak f*cking English!

We need to make it our mission to see that he’s deported from the People’s Republic of California, where Gooks can do no wrong, to his home country, where they probably eat dogs.

ENPING QU. FUTURE MASS SHOOTER. DEPORT NOW!

Daily Bulletin

Two teens at a Chino Valley park called sheriff’s officials after they watched and recorded a man at a nearby apartment building pouring scalding water on a caged dog Tuesday evening, according to San Bernardino County sheriff’s officials.

“You could hear the horror in the girl’s voice when she said, ‘Oh my god, is that boiling water?’ ” said Deputy Dan Renear on Wednesday.

The teens were in Pinehurst Park around 5 p.m. when Renear said they heard a dog whimpering. The 17-year-old boy and girl looked around and spotted the caged dog on the third-story balcony of a nearby apartment building. That’s when Renear said the pair saw a man, later identified as 22-year-old Enping Qu, use a tea kettle to pour water over his girlfriend’s dog.

Renear and a trainee, Dominic Ramirez, tracked down the right unit at the apartment in the 16000 block of Butterfield Ranch Road.

Qu, who spoke very limited English, allowed the deputies into the apartment, where they found the dog, still wet and warm, in the cage in the balcony.

Using Google translator on their phones, deputies learned the dog belonged to Qu’s girlfriend, who was at school, Renear said.

As Ramirez spoke to Qu, Renear spotted an electric tea kettle on a warming plate that had been turned off.

“But when I touched it, that thing was still scorching hot. I couldn’t even put my hand on it,” he said.

Because the complex is fairly new and doesn’t show up on all maps, Renear said it took Inland Valley Humane Society officers a little more than an hour to arrive at the complex.

“But even after an hour and a half or an hour and 15 minutes, when they tested the water — even after all that time — it was 129 degrees,” Renear said.

Detectives learned Qu poured hot water on the dog five times, according to a sheriff’s statement.

Qu was arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty and animal control officers took possession of the dog. It’s unclear if the dog will be returned to its owner, Renear said.

Records indicate Qu was released on bail.

“I’m a dog-lover and it makes you angry,” Renear said. “It was a very sweet and loving little dog.”

The case is still under investigation. Authorities ask anyone with information to call the Chino Hills sheriff’s station at 909-364-2000.

That dog better not be returned to its owner. I’m contacting someone about this case. We’re going to try to put Qu in prison and then get his sorry ass out of the USA.

Florida Woman Arrested for Drunk Driving While Riding a Horse

DONNA BYRNE. IS RIDING A HORSE WHILE DRUNK REALLY A CRIME?

Yes, to answer the question above the photo, riding a horse while drunk is a crime if you’re on a public street.

There’s also a potential case of animal abuse involved.

As a matter of everyone’s safety, horses should not be ridden on streets.

NOLA

A Florida woman was arrested for alleged drunken driving – on a horse, the Orlando Sentinel reported Friday (Nov. 3).

Polk County sheriff’s deputies arrested Donna Byrne, 53, after a caller reported seeing a woman appearing confused and riding a horse on a road Thursday in the central Florida town of Lakeland, the report said.

Byrne, of Lakeland, smelled of alcohol, staggered and had red watery eyes when deputies pulled her over, authorities told the Sentinel.

A sheriff’s office spokesman said the woman’s breath alcohol level was more than two times the legal limit, according to the story. Byrne also was booked with animal neglect.

The horse, named Boduke, was hitched to a deputy’s patrol car and ate grass until being taken to the Polk County Sheriff’s Animal Control livestock facility, the report said.

Picking up the rest of the story from the Sentinel:

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office said it takes the situation seriously.

“Ms. Byrne was obviously not in any condition to be on the road. She not only put herself and the horse in danger, but also anyone who was driving on the road, which is typically very busy,” Sheriff Grady Judd said.

She has previously been arrested on five felony and 10 misdemeanor charges, including cruelty to animals and drug possession, Bruchey said.

Boduke will most likely be returned to Byrne, he said. However, the sheriff could fight to keep her from getting Boduke back.

Judd is embroiled in a court battle to prevent another owner charged with animal cruelty from getting their animals back, Bruchey said.

In Texas lingo, poor Donna looks like she’s been rode hard and hung out to dry. Exactly how a white person ends up like her is not clear, but in yesteryear she might have been placed in a mental hospital, locked up away from temptation. We’d all be better off if that were to happen to her now.

Police Ask for Help in Locating Missing Pups of Emaciated Boxer

Who could be so cruel? Only a race of people who lack empathy. It doesn’t cost that much to feed a dog. And the thought of separating a mother from her puppies is the work of a sociopath.

Britain has increased the penalties for animal cruelty from six months to five years. The perp in this case deserves five years in prison to think about his crime.

ABC7

FONTANA, Calif. (KABC) — Fontana police are asking for the public’s help to find the owner of a boxer mix that was found emaciated and left tied up near a sidewalk.

Animal services personnel received a call Thursday about a dog being found tied up outside near a sidewalk. When officers arrived, they found a female boxer mix who is a little more than a year old.

Authorities said she was extremely emaciated, had no body fat and was lactating, which indicated she has puppies somewhere.

Police believe she was intentionally abandoned by her owner and now worry about the welfare of her puppies.

Authorities urge anyone who recognizes the dog to contact them in the hopes of finding her owner and the puppies. If you recognize her, please call Fontana police dispatch at (909) 350-7700.

That Monster Who Threw Two Small Poodles Off the Top of a Parking Garage is Sentenced

EDWARD HANANIA. LAST NAME IS ARABIC.

For the record, I’m assuming that Edward Hanania is a Musloid monster, but so what if he isn’t. He’s clearly not from America’s founding stock. It was a sad day for animals when his ancestors were given admittance to a country that loves its dogs.

Kudos to all the animal lovers who stayed on the case and helped ensure that Hanania didn’t get off with a slap on the wrist.

THIS DOG, ANGEL, SURVIVED THE FALL. THE OLDER ONE DIED.

Yahoo

OAK LAWN, Ill. (AP) — A suburban Chicago man who posed as the owner of two small dogs, paid a reward to the person who found them and then threw them off the top of a five-story parking garage has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to animal cruelty charges.

The (Tinley Park) Daily Southtown reports 23-year-old Edward Hanania of Oak Lawn was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for felony aggravated animal cruelty and six years in prison for violating his probation on an unrelated drug conviction. The two sentences will run concurrently, Cook County State’s Attorney’s office spokeswoman Tandra Simonton said.

Prosecutors said Hanania obtained the dogs by responding to a Facebook ad from someone who had found the two toy poodles. They contend that Hanania, posing as the dogs’ owner, paid the person who found the dogs a reward and then drove them to the top of a parking garage at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and then threw them to the ground.

The paper reported that hospital surveillance video shows a man pulling to the top of the parking deck, climbing from his car, looking over the ledge before walking back to the vehicle before the animals were thrown to the ground.

One of the dogs was killed. The other suffered broken legs but survived after undergoing surgery.

The case was closely followed by animal welfare advocates, who showed up to each of Hanania’s court appearances and held a rally.

“I think our presence played a part in it, I really do,” said Peggy O’Leary, one of the activists. “The state’s attorney came out last time and talked to us and said the judge was aware we were here keeping tabs on this guy.”

You’ll notice that there’s nothing in the news report about the monster’s motivation. Musloids hate dogs. I believe that’s true of many Middle Easterners.

If Hanania’s motivation was his ethnicity, the press would never report it anyway.

The original report of his arrest was published on this site here.

N*gger Charged in Death of Pit Bull That Choked to Death Trying to Reach Shady Spot

NOT THE PIT BULL IN THIS STORY.

When I was driving down an alleyway behind a small strip shopping center two weeks before Thanksgiving 1999 I saw a pit bull puppy sitting on a concrete stairs behind one of the stores.

The young reddish brown dog looked forlorn, so I stopped my van and approached him. He was pretty unresponsive to my attention. I thought to myself that he had been dumped and was waiting for his owner to return. He didn’t understand that his owner wasn’t coming back.

This was on Wednesday. Every day I drove the 20 miles up to the shopping center, in the barrio, and bought him some chicken livers at the nearby supermarket. I also brought him some water. The Latino store employees in the strip center would have seen him sitting there but they did nothing to help him.

By Saturday, when he was still in the same spot, waiting, I took him home. I figured he wasn’t too far away from being picked up by the dog catcher.

And thus began a 12 year long joyous adventure.

I know what great dogs these animals are. It pains me to post this story, but if there’s anything we can do to make sure that the dog murderer in this case serves time in jail, then let’s do it.

Charlotte Observer

GREAT FALLS, SC.
A Great Falls man was arrested last week, almost a week after a chained dog choked to death trying to get to shade in his yard, according to a Great Falls Police Department report.

Keon Torrance Gladden, 23, has been charged with ill treatment of animals, jail records show.

KEON GLADDEN. DOG MURDERER.

Great Falls police responded to a report of animal cruelty at a Walnut Street house on July 10 at about 5:15 p.m., the report says. The complainant told officers he believed the dog was being mistreated and told police he had checked on the dog many times before, the report says.

He said found the dog dead in the yard just before 5 p.m., bloating and covered in flies and maggots, the report says.

The dog, a blue pit bull, was chained to a pole in the yard with a belt for a collar and very little shade, the report says. The temperatures for the day were in the mid to upper 90s, officers said.

The dog choked to death while trying to crawl to a nearby bush for shade, the report says. Officers said there were two bowls near the dog, but the food bowl was upside down and the water bowl was dry and dusty, the report says.

There was a dog house in the yard, but the dog’s chain was too short to reach it, the report says.

The complainant said he bought a harness for the dog, but the harness was lying in the yard broken, the report says.

My pit bull would tump his water bowl over to wet the ground during the hot Texas summer. Then he would lay on the wet spot to stay cool. This was in the shade, of course. Doggy air conditioning.

I would have to check on his water bowl constantly because it wouldn’t take him long to turn it over. He seemed to have trouble figuring out that if he turned the bowl over he might not have anything to drink for a while.

Anyway, dogs love air conditioning in the summer. All of them should have a spot inside where it’s cool. It’s the least we can do for them.

I wish every pit bull (and every other dog) could have a happy ending like this pit bull.

Canine Officer Dies in Hot Car Because of Handler’s Negligence

ENDY IS DEAD BECAUSE OF HANDLER NEGLIGENCE, SAY POLICE.

Although it’s heartbreaking to post the stories of dogs left to die in hot cars, I do so to remind everyone to be alert for the presence of dogs inside cars until the weather cools off this fall.

Daily Mail

A sheriff’s deputy in Utah has been charged with recklessly causing the death of his patrol dog after he left the K-9 in his patrol car in soaring heat.

Cache County sheriff’s deputy Jason Whittier, 36, accidentally left his K-9, Endy, in his vehicle when he got home from work around noon on July 3.

When Whittier returned home at 11.30pm, he realized that Endy was not in his outside kennel and found him instead in his vehicle, dead.

Some people are too stupid to be trusted with a dog!

Whittier has been charged in First District Court with aggravated cruelty to an animal, a class B misdemeanor that could lead to a $1,000 and up to six months in jail if convicted.

‘Deputy Whittier then left his residence to participate in family activities, inexplicably leaving Endy in his patrol truck,’ charges from the Cache County Attorney’s Office state, according to the Salt Lake City Tribune.

Endy died of a heat stroke on July 3, when temperatures reached 95 degrees.

Sheriff Chad Jensen said on Tuesday that Whittier was distracted when he went inside his home.

The pooch, an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois, had already died by the time Whitter found him.

Jensen said Whittier immediately contacted his division commander and was placed on administrative leave as an internal investigation took place.

The investigation found the officer violated the department’s policies and procedures.

Whittier was placed on leave without pay and will be reassigned away from the K-9 unit.

Comments at the Daily Mail suggest locking Whittier up in a hot car to die. If that were the punishment, all of the dead police dog stories that I see would come to a screeching halt. Severe punishment is a deterrent.

Florida Pit Bull Rescued from Hot Car by Police After Good Samaritan Calls in Report

Leave doggo at home with the air conditioning on in the summer in America when you leave in your car to run errands. That’s true even in northern states, because the inside of a car can get really hot there too.

When a woman saw a little pit bull inside a car in Florida with the windows rolled all the way up, she phoned the police.

The Good Samaritan is a Jewish woman who has four foster dogs at home. Kudos to her for calling law enforcement, who estimate that the temperature in the car was around 110 degrees. Doggo’s life was saved by quick action this time. Not every dog in a hot car will be so lucky.

WPTV

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – A Boynton Beach police officer was forced to break into a car Monday, after a dog was left inside in the heat of the day.

It happened around 10:30 a.m., in a parking lot near Bank of America off of Woolbright Road.

Ilisa Diamond and her husband had just parked nearby, and noticed the dog inside a locked car.

“We looked and we knew it was wrong, just knew it was immediately wrong,” she told us in a FaceTime interview from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. They were preparing to fly home to New Jersey.

“As soon as we got out of the car, we thought oh my god, are we being taped? Like on an episode of What Would You Do? We just did what we thought was right,” she said.

Ilisa, who has 4 foster dogs at home, noticed the car was not running and all the windows were up. She called the Boynton Beach non-emergency line. Officers believed it was at least 110 degrees inside, they got to work to free the male pit bull.

“He didn’t even flinch when the police officer banged on the window trying to open it,” she recalled

“You guys are heroes. Thank you,” you can hear her say on the video.

Less than 2 minutes after authorities showed up, the was dog free.

“The dog looked like a great dog, he looks like he was really well cared for. I think the young girl needs education and I think if we could just get education out there, that you cannot leave dogs in cars,” she said.

They got him into the shade, and gave him water. Eventually, the dog’s owner came out. She told officers she just left the dog park and drove to the bank. When the drive-thru was closed, she ran inside. The woman learned it’s against the law to do this to a dog, she was cited and allowed to take her dog home.

“We have a lot of tragedies that can be avoided by some education,” Ilisa said.

We reached out the dog’s owner, she did not want to comment.

In 2016, the governor signed into law, making it legal to break into locked vehicles to rescue pets or people.

Watch the police break out a window and bring the panting dog some water.

Heed this warning, please.