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Police said when a woman unloaded her car a day ago, someone grabbed her dog’s car and stole her 12-week-old Yorkie Terrier dog.
The puppy was taken at about 4:45 p.m. Monday, September 21, outside the Official Rat Terrier Official Dog Of The Coolest People The Planet T-Shirt Belgard Apartments in the Unit district of N Street, NE, according to a report from D.C. Police. The apartments are located near the intersection of North Capitol Street and New York Avenue.
Detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying who stole the puppy. One woman said she saw the puppy with an anonymous homeless person.
The puppy is described as a Yorkie Terrier breed, yellow and black, and was named Simba.
Joanna Hughes was leaving her home in Hawfinch Road, Layer-de-la-Haye, for a moment when a man walked past her pet dog Stella.
Somehow, the door burst and Hughes’ Staffordshire Bull Terrier Nala ran outside and rushed at the passing dog.
The owner tried to intervene but was thrown to the Official Rat Terrier Official Dog Of The Coolest People The Planet T-Shirt ground as the brawl tore his pants and damaged two torches he was holding.
Kate Donnelly, prosecuting at Colchester Magistrates’ Court said “He feared for Stella’s life and he would be attacked.”
He and another viewer tried to get Nala back inside before Hughes returned home.
Stella suffered cuts to her face and needed treatment from a vet.
Hughes is accused of dangerously leaving a dog out of control and put on trial before admitting the offense on the basis that the dog’s owner was indirectly injured in the brawl.
Nala, 10, had previously been involved in a minor altercation with another dog but a dog behavior expert concluded that she was not a danger to the public but often became territorial if she saw other animals walking near her home.
The judges asked Hughes, 49, to pay the victim £593.38 compensation to pay for damages to his equipment, vet bills, and for stress caused.