essex county, virginia officials believe that the theft of the two cold blooded thrill killers on the eve of their destruction was the result of an inside job between ALONZO NORMAN and one of the shelter workers.
at ALONZO NORMA'S request, shelter worker JAMES B. FENNELL testified in open court on behalf of the psychopathic pit nutter.
on december 17th, ALONZO NORMAN suddenly withdrew his appeal and agreed to allow the much needed and deserved dirt naps of his two frankenmaulers. the mutants were scheduled to die on december 21st but they were stolen the night before.
FENNELL is described as a 43 yr old man, stocky build, mustache, sandy colored hair, numerous tats, with a military history and was formerly employed in law enforcement. he is sometimes described as a very ugly, very mentally ill looking woman.
Tappahannock Police Chief James Ashworth reported that two town officers have been assigned to the investigation.
the two stolen pit bulls are a 65-pound-male with tan and white markings and a 55-pound-female with tan and white markings.
anyone with information regarding the investigation or the mutants' location should please call the Tappahannock Police Department at 804-443-3992 or the Essex County Sherriff’s Department at 804-443-3346.