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Dogs at kennel found dead || GRAPHIC PHOTOS

My broken heart bleeds for all the dogs and their owners that suffered at the hands of Mr. Croley. What he did to these animals was more than neglect, it was downright abuse. It was not a result of hard times, that he could not afford to feed these dogs. The dogs were also without water and water is virtually free. The owners of these dogs had given him the money to feed them, but it appears he took the money and used it for something else. (misappropiated funds?) Is this not theft in addition to abuse.If these were his own dogs and he came across hard times, perhaps there may be some understanding, but it still would never be acceptable. But when he accepted money from the owners to care for these dogs and then doesn't buy food and feed them, this is absolutely criminal. He should also be charged for not delivering the services he was contracted to by the owners. And it appears he continued to accept more dogs when he already wasn't feeding the ones already in his care, as is apparent from the dogs that had been dead a while. The law needs to be changed so that future cases like this can be charged for what they are. Felonies.

November 27, 2010 at 1:16 p.m. suggest removal

Croley Sentenced

There is absolutely no excuse for starving these dogs. I just can't accept the judges ruling. And why only charged for 4 murders, he murdered 7 dogs. Nonsense, that it was because the humane agents entered the property without a warrant. If the animals are in eminent danger they are allowed. This clearly was eminent danger.
This murderer could have sent the dogs home to their owners if he was too broke to feed them. Instead he kept the dogs there just to keep getting money from their owners. It seems that there are other criminal charges that should also be brought against him. Perhaps like fraud and extortion. And he also owes money to all the people who paid him for training. Where is this restitution? Why wasn't he charged for failing to deliver the services he was paid for?
Was this judge or the DA 'out to lunch?' His ruling is totally unsatisfactory and the sentencing inadequate. This punishment certainly does not fit the crime. Someone kills 7 dogs, starves 12 more, steals money from the owners and perpetrates fraud and all he gets is 4 months? Something is very wrong here.

March 17, 2010 at 7:56 p.m. suggest removal

Kennel owner going to jail for starving dogs

There is absolutely no excuse for starving these dogs. I just can't accept the judges ruling. And why only charged for 4 murders, he murdered 7 dogs. Nonsense, that it was because the humane agents entered the property without a warrant. If the animals are in eminent danger they are allowed. This clearly was eminent danger.
This murderer could have sent the dogs home to their owners if he was too broke to feed them. Instead he kept the dogs there just to keep getting money from their owners. It seems that there are other criminal charges that should also be brought against him. Perhaps like fraud and extortion. And he also owes money to all the people who paid him for training. Where is this restitution? Why wasn't he charged for failing to deliver the services he was paid for?
Was this judge or the DA 'out to lunch?' His ruling is totally unsatisfactory and the sentencing inadequate. This punishment certainly does not fit the crime. Someone kills 7 dogs, starves 12 more, steals money from the owners and perpetrates fraud and all he gets is 4 months? Something is very wrong here.

March 17, 2010 at 7:56 p.m. suggest removal

Dog abuser makes a deal

There is absolutely no excuse for starving these dogs. I just can't accept the judges ruling. And why only charged for 4 murders, he murdered 7 dogs. Nonsense, that it was because the humane agents entered the property without a warrant. If the animals are in eminent danger they are allowed. This clearly was eminent danger.
This murderer could have sent the dogs home to their owners if he was too broke to feed them. Instead he kept the dogs there just to keep getting money from their owners. It seems that there are other criminal charges that should also be brought against him. Perhaps like fraud and extortion. And he also owes money to all the people who paid him for training. Where is this restitution? Why wasn't he charged for failing to deliver the services he was paid for?
Was this judge 'out to lunch?' His ruling is totally unsatisfactory and the sentencing inadequate. This punishment certainly does not fit the crime. Someone kills 7 dogs, starves 12 more, steals money from the owners and perpetrates fraud and all he gets is 4 months? Something is very wrong here.

March 17, 2010 at 7:55 p.m. suggest removal

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