Dead Dogs Dumped By Creek

 |  Apr 2nd 2009  |   12 Contributions

The following story is beyond sickening, I debated posting it. I decided it needs to be out there for two reasons. First, so any dog owners in the area will know to never leave their dog unattended. Second, so that the monster(s) behind this can be caught and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

I have left out the gory details so if you decide to click on the link and read the full article be warned it is very graphic, and very disturbing.

BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (WDTN) - A grisly scene was discovered by a Humane Society employee in Logan County Monday night when he stumbled upon a mass of dead dogs.

The creek is located close to a popular fishing hole off Township Road 136, northeast of Bellefontaine. That's where Kyle Holcomb made the disturbing find. I've never seen anything like this and hope I never see anything like this again. It's really horrible," said Dailey, still shaken up, hours after the discovery.

"The dogs were healthy, they appeared to be at a good weight, their nails had been trimmed. They just seemed like family pets," said Humane Society agent Joni Dailey.

The LCHS is reaching out to all local dog owners, urging anyone who has had a dog go missing to send them a picture so they can try and match it with the dogs they found.

Logan County Humane Society staff encourage anyone who knows anything about this crime to call them at 937-537-1811. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-STOP and remain anonymous.

* Leo is one of the beautiful adoptable pets at the LCHS


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