Arundel police investigated animal cruelty case

  • Police show wounds suffered by Princess
Police show wounds suffered by Princess (Anne Arundel County Police )
March 12, 2012|By Peter Hermann

A person who found an injured female pit bull in Brooklyn Park 10 days ago has sparked a police animal cruelty investigation into a suspected dog fighting operation. The dog, named Princess, was found less than five miles from where another injured pit bull was found last month.

Princess is being treated at the Waugh Chapel Animal Hospital, the same place the first dog, Rocky Road, was taken. She will be be released to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County when here injuries have healed.

Police said there is a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to arrests and convictions in this case. For more details, visit the Anne Arundel County police web site.

Rocky Road, according to police, is "making huge stride son his journey to recovery," according to police.

 

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