Police Arrest Suspected Dognappers, Rescue 2 Dogs

GLENDALE, ARIZONA– Two people accused of kidnapping a husky puppy have been arrested by police in connection with the crime, and authorities believe the animal may not have been the only victim in the case. The defendants, Taylor Sines, 27, and Logan Niemann, 26, respectively, have been charged with various offenses including robbery and animal cruelty.

On May 11, the two individuals reportedly called the breeder to arrange a swap at 63rd Avenue and Butler Drive. On the other hand, it is reported that Sines shoved the breeder and grabbed the dog during their meeting. The incident was reported to the relevant authorities.

The suspect, who was 27 at the time of the incident, then allegedly fled in a truck driven by Niemann. The animal was found at the couple’s home, where police also found a second dog curled up in the bathroom. Both dogs were taken into custody. Officials said the state of the house made it “inhumane and uninhabitable for an animal”. After conducting an investigation at the scene, this verdict was rendered. The puppies have been bathed in great detail and are currently in fantastic physical condition. There is enough evidence to support the hypothesis that the second dog was also captured. If you or someone you know has had their dog recently taken and you have proof of ownership, you should contact the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000.

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