I think the people of Youngstown need to come together and demand actual police involvement not these jokers from Animal Charities. If animal charities does find out who is doing this they will probably screw up the legalities of it! What's next could be our children or even ourselves.
February 9, 2012 at 10:40 a.m.
This guy Croley is a real piece of work, some people really know how to play the system. What a load of cr*p what is this a ploy to get out of his civil trial that we all know he would lose!!
October 6, 2010 at 4:01 p.m.
Dragon i never wished her to fail. YOU REREAD what i wrote.
April 15, 2009 at 5:13 p.m.
redvert, if you ever go back and look at the posts scrooge has made in the past about the Croley case you will see his true colors and is no animal lover. Animal lovers see their pets as their family. To scrooge its just property. very sad.
April 15, 2009 at 4:05 p.m.
Scrooge, like i said it wouldnt make much of a difference to me, maybe i need to "speak" slower for you. I do not think it is OK regardless of the amount of time or aesthetic changes.
This is my opinion just as you have yours. She knew what she was getting into when she even considered the place.
Dragon i can live wherever i please thank you. Think as you please. I know if I could I would have opened a no kill shelter instead of taking this horrible incident and making a profit from it.
I know if i ever stepped foot into that house all i would hear is the dying cries of those dogs. As i went to sleep out my window dogs begging for help. Gives me chills and the creeps. I wonder what type of person could do that?
April 15, 2009 at 4:03 p.m.
By the way bleach will never remove the dead images in my mind and i am sure many others.
April 15, 2009 at 2:31 p.m.
I agree businesses and homes need to be re-established but to a point and i think this may have crossed the line. You dont really see homes or businesses just reopen, they are torn down and changed drastically (not that it makes much of a difference to me) and may not reopen for a long time. This place had a "good hose down" nothing has changed.
I dont find my comparison harsh at all. For all animal lovers what if your dog was killed there? How would you feel? and for the non animal lovers what makes my comparison harsh because its "just a dog"?
We are entitled to our opinions and this is mine.
After this experience I will never bring my dog to a kennel again, you never truly know the person or what is really going on.
April 15, 2009 at 2:26 p.m.
Another screw up by the YPD. 13 times!! My god where do we live!!
Im sorry for your loss of your beautiful puppy.
April 15, 2009 at 12:06 p.m.
I have to disagree. Nothing will ever replace the sorrow the Croley created for people as Dragon seems to think. Personally I think that house should have been condemned or used as a shelter of some kind.
Just imagine this, there is a day care center in your neighborhood, 7 children are tortured and killed there. Now 6 months later a new day care opens - what would you think? I would never step foot near that place again and i dont think it is any different because it was dogs. Just because you fix something up does not mean the memories are gone. Oh yeah let me board my dog in the same kennel run that 7 dogs were murdered but its ok because you put a new floor.
This woman knew what she was getting her self into and im sorry but i do not wish her any luck.
I feel like she is using this horrible horrible situation to her benefit and that is disgusting. From the video I feel like she is playing with peoples emotions, come check me out and by the way feel sorry for me, try me out.
I do have one question for her in particular. How could you even live in that house or walk in your yard and not see dead animals? Did you see any of the pictures? Maybe you are not a true animal lover?
April 15, 2009 at 11:56 a.m.
Same man, almost same crime! What is wrong with these people!! I kept saying it will happen again and believe me Croley will strike again too!!
Animal Charities needs to wake up!!!!!
Published: Friday, August 19, 2005Discovery of dead animals leads to 16 cruelty charges
The defendant also faces charges in Campbell Municipal Court.
YOUNGSTOWN — As many as 16 animal cruelty charges were to be filed today against 61-year-old Edward Hall, whose East Side property was strewn with dead and nearly dead animals, an investigator says.
Lorrie Byo, Animal Charity humane investigator, said Thursday that there was a scramble to house nearly 40 live animals found at 1334 Lansdowne Boulevard. She said roughly 40 more were found dead.
Byo said Hall had a mixture of live and dead dogs, cats, chickens, pigeons, rabbits and goats. Large goats were in small pens with no food or water, she said.
A pigeon coop had one live pigeon and so many dead an accurate count wasn't immediately known, she said.
Byo said she would file 16 animal cruelty charges in municipal court today, maybe more.
In a related matter, Hall was in court Thursday for arraignment on two counts of failure to register vicious dogs and failure to confine vicious dogs. Dave Nelson, deputy dog warden, said the dogs are pit bulls.
Hall pleaded innocent and will be back in court Sept. 2 for a pretrial.
As Hall began to leave court Thursday, he was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court for a domestic violence charge. Byo said Hall, who visited her Thursday afternoon, was released from jail pending arraignment in the domestic violence case because he has a doctor's appointment today.
Hall, who also has property at 6712 McGuffey Road in Coitsville, was to be arraigned today in Campbell Municipal Court on four counts of animal cruelty and four counts of improper disposal of raw rendering material. The latter charges refer to not burying dead animals deep enough.
Byo said Hall had starving animals at the McGuffey Road property.Friday, August 19, 2005
March 4, 2009 at 2:15 p.m.