these two hideous frankenmaulers living next door to Debra Stoltenberg in Parkland, WA bulldozed their way under the fence to attack Bubbles who was peacefully minding his own business on his own porch. a witness called 911 to report the savage, unprovoked attack but failed to leave their name, which allowed PIERCE COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER BRIAN BOMAN to just throw up his hands and do nothing. no dangerous dog declaration. no citation. nothing. WHY? because they have "no witnesses". they do however have an admission of guilt by the worthless piece of garbage who owns the two ugly freaks of nature pictured above but that is insufficient evidence in pierce county washington. the pit nutter also escaped a $246 citation because the female ACO (a sympathetic nutter no doubt) who responded to the attack on Bubbles felt the willingness of the nutter to take responsibility was good enough for her.
“I do not believe that issuing an infraction would serve any purpose other than being purely punitive.”
PUNISH people who violate the law?
that would be downright CIVILIZED!
but wait, there's more! TWO neighbors have stepped forward to say that they witnessed the attack and called 911. Lamar Mapp and his son Ramal Mapp not only want justice for Debra and Bubbles, they are concerned about the danger these frankenmaulers pose to their neighborhood.
i am looking into the twisted psychos in charge of pierce county animal control. for those of you unfamiliar with pierce county, it is sandwiched between king county (FABB), mason county (FELON and pit bull advocate GLEN BUI) and thurston county (DIANE JESSUP). i dug a little deeper and i found MARK KUMPF, a ohio dog warden who is in bed with best friends and LEDY VANKAVAGE is also performing audits for pierce county ac. how much more fucking incestuous can this get?
residents of pierce county, you need to demand change.
|physically and emotionally traumatized Bubbles. her vet bills are now at $1700
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