Dog odor – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 23:45:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-88.png Dog odor – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ 32 32 The turtle is a good pet, do you know the reason? https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-turtle-is-a-good-pet-do-you-know-the-reason/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 08:45:13 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/the-turtle-is-a-good-pet-do-you-know-the-reason/ A lot of people would like to have pets in the house, but they hesitate because they don’t have enough space and they tend to think that pets would make their house a mess. The turtle does not require space Animals such as cats and other animals surely make great pets, but they need a […]]]>

A lot of people would like to have pets in the house, but they hesitate because they don’t have enough space and they tend to think that pets would make their house a mess.

The turtle does not require space

Animals such as cats and other animals surely make great pets, but they need a fair amount of space as well as freedom to move around the house, when it comes to turtles. , she usually moves at a very slow pace and they need a very small area to be active.

Doesn’t require a lot of attention

Turtles don’t need a lot of attention and care like many other pets. All they need is secure housing and a place to sleep and a heat lamp to keep them warm and also temperature regulated.

The turtle does not lose

Unlike dogs and kittens, turtles don’t molt because they have a thick protective layer around their body, which they tend to call their little homes.

they are super clean

Another problem that many of us may have come across with furry animals, they tend to wreak havoc around the house. When you have a turtle, you don’t have to worry about it.

A turtle doesn’t need the same amount of cleaning as a furry animal, as furry animals get out and get dirty as much as possible while playing in the mud, while we find the turtle to feel good in its own. environment.

No smell

Turtles also do not give off an odor, unlike other animals, we find that turtles do not have a distinctive scent.

The turtle is super nice

Few people will hesitate to buy a reptile because they tend to believe that they are creatures without emotion. The love and companionship you get from a dog is hard to express. They still want to play and express their love. They are also very emotional, ranging from tail wagging to puppy eyes. You can stroke the turtle shell; they love this experience and it will help bond with this pet.

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Do you have pets? Get this “miracle” odor eliminator: it’s $ 10 off Amazon for one more day! https://club-fuer-molosser.net/do-you-have-pets-get-this-miracle-odor-eliminator-its-10-off-amazon-for-one-more-day/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 22:43:55 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/do-you-have-pets-get-this-miracle-odor-eliminator-its-10-off-amazon-for-one-more-day/ We may receive a commission on purchases made through the links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. By the bottle: “Smells like Heaven, works like hell”: We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. (Photo: Amazon) I own both a dog and a cat, and I’m all too familiar with the smells […]]]>

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I own both a dog and a cat, and I’m all too familiar with the smells around them – dog water park, or the charming look of a dirty litter box, for example. Although I’m used to it, I’m sure anyone who ventures into my house gets a less than pleasant puff. Now, I go out of my way to clean up my space and make sure my pets don’t look like the gremlins they sometimes are, but mask their scent? It was rough.

Recently I came across an odor eliminating spray that nearly 50,000 Amazon buyers have given it five stars. It’s called Angry Orange Pet Odor Eliminator, and you can save $ 10 on a 24-ounce bottle – it’s now $ 20 (down from $ 30). But we must act quickly because this agreement is only valid until January 2.

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The smells don't stand a chance.  (Photo: Amazon)

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Angry Orange spray deodorizes stains and removes urine stains from carpets and all types of hard floors. It’s safe to use around pets and kids, and it’s made with real orange for a fresh, lemony scent you’ll love. No need to dilute it either: just spray and go. Even if your pet is not accident prone, a few sprays will be enough to eliminate this odor. It’s also super powerful: two spritzes and my whole living room smelled of orange groves.

It’s so potent that a buyer even used it after a skunk spray!

“Cuts off noxious odors – from pets to acidic trash,” they wrote. “I bought it to alleviate the effects of a skunk explosion around my rural farm. I soon found out I was using it in the car, the truck cab, on freshly washed rugs (dogs and cats live here), old upholstered chairs, a nice sofa and even the outer shell of horse blankets. The real scent of orange oil is clean and uplifting, not cloying. “

This puppy owner is addicted: “Where has this been all my life? ” she wrote. “It made the dog urine smell go away when my puppy got sick and decided she could start peeing on the mat … after a few treatments, [the spray] completely removed the smell. I love the smell of oranges so it was nice. He didn’t just cover up, he removed the stain in its center on my thick, shaggy carpet that I thought I had to throw away. “

Another used it on toilet stains: “Direct miracle juice … I sprayed and let sit for five minutes and these stains were wiped off right away.” weird but awesome. “

Another fan? Snoop Dogg, who uses it with his puppy, Juelz! (Does he drink gin while he vaporizes the juice?) If it’s good enough for Snoop, it’s definitely good enough for me.

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Seattle man pleads not guilty to drug charges | Local news https://club-fuer-molosser.net/seattle-man-pleads-not-guilty-to-drug-charges-local-news/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 17:15:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/seattle-man-pleads-not-guilty-to-drug-charges-local-news/ DEADWOOD – A Seattle man facing criminal drug charges against him in September pleaded not guilty to the allegations before 4th Circuit Court Judge Eric Strawn on Tuesday at the Lawrence County Courthouse. Thinh Quang Lu, 28, was indicted by a Lawrence County grand jury on September 22 and charged with: possession with intent to […]]]>

DEADWOOD – A Seattle man facing criminal drug charges against him in September pleaded not guilty to the allegations before 4th Circuit Court Judge Eric Strawn on Tuesday at the Lawrence County Courthouse.

Thinh Quang Lu, 28, was indicted by a Lawrence County grand jury on September 22 and charged with: possession with intent to distribute more than a pound or more of marijuana, a Class 3 felony punishable by a mandatory minimum prison or penitentiary sentence of 30 days sentence; possession of a drug or controlled substance with intent to distribute hash oil, a Class 4 felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and $ 20,000 in fine ; possession of more than 10 pounds of marijuana, a Class 3 felony; and possession of a drug or controlled substance, hash oil, a Class 5 felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of $ 10,000.

On September 8, Lu was reportedly a passenger in a vehicle stopped by law enforcement just east of Exit 17 for accelerating to 85 mph in the 75 mph zone and being driven by a co-accused in the case, Delaney Lee Harris, 25. , also from Seattle, Wash.

When law enforcement approached the vehicle, an extremely strong smell of raw marijuana was detected coming from inside the cabin and Lu and Harris looked very nervous.

Lu informed the police that he had rented the vehicle. When the police asked for the rental agreement, he looked in the glove box, but couldn’t find it. When the police asked her to look in the center console, Lu allegedly informed them that she would not be there and that he had a very uncomfortable posture. Police believed there was either contraband or a weapon in the center console, based on this reaction.

When police asked Harris to return to the patrol vehicle, it was determined his license had been suspended / revoked. Harris told police they were heading to Mount Rushmore, then Reptile Gardens, then Seattle, and police noticed Harris’ nervousness escalating.

Police contacted Lu in the vehicle and he reportedly informed police that they were traveling to Kansas City for a few days to visit his friend. Police again detected an extremely strong smell of raw marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.

Police questioned Harris about the strong smell of marijuana, both on his person and emitted by the vehicle. He reportedly told police he smoked marijuana the day before in Seattle, when they left on their trip. Harris informed police that he did not have a medical marijuana card.

In addition to finding marijuana on Harris’ person, a search of the vehicle allegedly revealed a large duffel bag full of turkey sacks of marijuana, about eight pounds without packaging. The sports bag was reportedly accompanied by an airline ticket receipt with Lu’s name on it.

Another search of the vehicle reportedly revealed numerous items of dispensary marijuana and hash concentrate in the center console, gym bag, front passenger door pocket and in a suitcase in the back of the SUV.

The total weight of the dispensary items was about 14 grams of hash concentrate, about two ounces of marijuana, four THC drinks and a digital scale.

Harris and Lu were arrested. Court documents indicate that after the two subjects read their Miranda warnings, they agreed to speak and reportedly informed police that all of the marijuana belonged to Harris. Harris said he bought it from a Mexican in South Dakota.

Police believed Lu was forcing Harris to take responsibility for the items in the vehicle. Court documents indicate that Lu has already been convicted of two felonies: February 8, 2012 and February 12, 2014, both of burglary in Washington’s King County. This improves the main felony in this case from a class 3 felony to a class 2 felony, punishable by up to 25 years in prison and a $ 50,000 fine.

Harris pleaded not guilty on November 17 to aggravated assault – grievous bodily harm – against a man who was allegedly involved in a fight he was involved in with another inmate while in custody at Lawrence County Jail .

Court documents indicate that on October 26 at approximately 11:52 a.m., law enforcement responded to a physical altercation that took place in the maximum unit of the Lawrence County Jail.

The two men were separated and examination of security footage from the incident reportedly revealed that Harris had moved away from the victim as they fought on the ground. Harris then allegedly picked up a plastic lunch tray and returned after the victim, hitting him with it. Harris then allegedly managed to land several more closed punches at the victim, resulting in serious bodily injury to the victim’s eye.

Information filed in the case indicates that Harris was previously convicted of a felony on December 9, 2020 in King County, Washington: for injuring a police dog or horse.

Lawrence County Deputy Chief Pat Johnson said on Friday Harris was being held on a warrant without bail outside Washington County and being held in the Lawrence County Jail since his arrest on September 8. Lu is free with a $ 10,000 deposit. and appears in court again on February 1, 2022.

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Bland County native trains dogs to detect COVID | Local news https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bland-county-native-trains-dogs-to-detect-covid-local-news/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 03:15:07 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bland-county-native-trains-dogs-to-detect-covid-local-news/ Shawn Reed, a native of Bland County, graduated in 2002 from Bland High School, is the director of training and operations for Bio Detection K9, an Ohio company that specializes in training dogs to detect COVID-19 . Shawn Reed, a native of Bland County, graduated in 2002 from Bland High School, is the director of […]]]>

MILLIE ROTHROCK | Bland County Courier

Shawn Reed, from Bland County, is not a doctor, nurse or scientist, but he is in the battle against COVID nonetheless. Reed does not use a stethoscope, steroids, or antivirals; instead, he uses what he knows best: dogs.

Anyone who has ever owned a dog knows that a dog’s smell is their super power. A dog’s nose can lead them to the disappearance of people, drugs, explosives and now COVID.

Reed is the director of training and operations for Bio Detection K9, an Ohio company that specializes in training dogs to detect COVID-19. The company’s dogs can detect if a person has the virus within 30 seconds with a success rate of over 98%.

Reed, a 2002 graduate of Bland High School, said dogs are trained to detect a protein that is part of the virus. People are advised to wear a face mask for at least 10 minutes before the test in order to provide a more concentrated sample to dogs. They then stand with the mask in their left hand as the dog walks by.

Masks aren’t necessary for dogs, but they do help, Reed said. Dogs are trained to target a person’s left hand whether they are holding a mask or not.

The word about COVID sniffer dogs is coming out with people in high places taking note. Country superstar Eric Church uses the company to test those who travel with him to ensure the group stays as healthy as possible. NASCAR also uses dogs for its pilots and crews. Other customers include the music groups Twenty One Pilots and Metallica. The Chicago Marathon also used Reed’s service.

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Why does my dishwasher smell bad? And how to fix it https://club-fuer-molosser.net/why-does-my-dishwasher-smell-bad-and-how-to-fix-it/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 13:00:53 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/why-does-my-dishwasher-smell-bad-and-how-to-fix-it/ “Why does my dishwasher smell bad? Is a question no one wants to ask, given how essential a dishwasher is in any kitchen. A smelly dishwasher will deter you from spending time in the kitchen, and even worse, it will often make your dishes smelly, which means you’ll have to do it by hand. Even […]]]>

“Why does my dishwasher smell bad? Is a question no one wants to ask, given how essential a dishwasher is in any kitchen. A smelly dishwasher will deter you from spending time in the kitchen, and even worse, it will often make your dishes smelly, which means you’ll have to do it by hand.

Even the best dishwasher can get smelly if you don’t take care of it properly, although there are also situations where a dishwasher starts to smell bad without the owner being responsible for it. Here are the most likely reasons a dishwasher can smell bad and how to fix the problem, according to a home appliance expert.

1. Does the dishwasher smell bad? Your filter may be dirty

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Chris Davis’ complicated Orioles legacy https://club-fuer-molosser.net/chris-davis-complicated-orioles-legacy/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 12:01:22 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/chris-davis-complicated-orioles-legacy/ To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail When the Orioles arrive in Sarasota, Fla. For spring training, Chris Davis will be missing for the first time in a decade. Davis, who quietly retired on August 12e, was supposed to prepare for the final year of his seven-year, $ 161 million contract, but a hip […]]]>

When the Orioles arrive in Sarasota, Fla. For spring training, Chris Davis will be missing for the first time in a decade. Davis, who quietly retired on August 12e, was supposed to prepare for the final year of his seven-year, $ 161 million contract, but a hip injury kept him from playing any longer.

Every offseason since 2017, when Davis swore his performance would improve after a disappointing season, there was intrigue. He had come to spring training leaner, or he had come with more muscle. He would change his hitting position, anything to help with a startling decline.

Now, there is no Davis drama off season, and the great first baseman is not around to represent his teammates with the Players Association. He does not make generous public contributions like the one he made to the Neither does the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital after the 2019 season.

In training last spring, Davis wasn’t even in the Orioles uniform after the Grapefruit League opener when he took two batting strikes and then got injured.

He hasn’t played much in 2020. In that pandemic-shortened 60-game season, Davis was sidelined with a knee injury and made just 55 appearances at home plate. He only hit 115.

His last game before Oriole fans was on September 22sd, 2019. On his last strike at bat, he scored, offering the winning margin in a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners.

It was a rare happy moment in another sad season in which he reached .179 with 12 home runs. In 2018, he reached .168 with 16 home runs.

These past sad seasons shouldn’t mask how entertaining and productive Davis was during his early years with the Orioles.

In 2012, he pitched two scoreless innings at Fenway Park on 16e and 17e, in a dramatic May game that helped show the baseball world that the Orioles could be a rival team. Davis has hit 33 home runs and hit .270 this season.

In 2013, the “Crush” legend was born when Davis led the majors with 53 homers and 138 RBIs.

The following year, Davis’ first child, Ella, was born. The Orioles won the American League East title, but Davis was unable to play in the playoffs because he was suspended for 25 games for using a stimulant without a therapeutic exemption.

He’s only hit 0.196 this season, but in 2015 he dominated the final two months of the season. He hit 22 home runs in August and September. In the past month, he has hit 12 home runs, recorded 25 points, and reached 0.318 with an OPS of 1.211.

He was a free agent after this season and most thought he was going to leave. But he did not want to and his agent, Scott Boras, negotiated this gigantic contract with the team.

Davis’ 2016 and 2017 seasons have been disappointing compared to his early years, but in retrospect, 38 home runs, 84 RBIs followed by 26 home runs, and 61 RBIs don’t look so bad. Its average went from 0.262 with an OPS of 0.923 in 2015 to 0.221 with an OPS of 0.792 and 0.215 with an OPS of 0.732 in 2016 and 2017.

The 2018, 2019 and 2020 seasons were disastrous, and Davis ended his Orioles career with 253 home runs, the sixth-biggest in franchise history. His 1,550 strikeouts are also the biggest in team history.

So how will Davis be remembered? Are the happy early years with long home runs any more memorable than the streak of 54 no-hitting streaks that lasted in late 2018 and early 2019? Will this huge contract make fans forget this Sunday night at Fenway where he launched for the first time since college?

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Davis’s early seasons shouldn’t be completely obscured by the horrific seasons that ended his career.

Even when Davis walked away, the majority of fans at the stadium were cheering him on. There were boos, but in 2020, the year he barely played, there weren’t any fans at all.

Who knows what Davis will do now that his baseball career is over. He has been a devoted father to his three daughters and has all the time he wants to spend with them and his wife, Jill.

Without a doubt, he will continue to be active in a number of charities. In addition to the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital, there have been many people he has donated to and involved with.

Someday he will return to Baltimore to celebrate those enjoyable teams of the past decade and possibly take his place in the team’s Hall of Fame. It is assumed here that the fan’s reaction to Davis will be positive, so overwhelming.

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Police say they smelled drugs before seizing $ 106,000 at Dallas Love Field, report says https://club-fuer-molosser.net/police-say-they-smelled-drugs-before-seizing-106000-at-dallas-love-field-report-says/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 23:03:46 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/police-say-they-smelled-drugs-before-seizing-106000-at-dallas-love-field-report-says/ According to a police incident report obtained this week by The morning news from Dallas. Dallas Police, with the help of police dog Ballentine, seized more than $ 100,000 from a woman who arrived at Dallas Love Field on December 2. Detectives took $ 106,829 in cash from the 25-year-old Chicago woman on December 2 […]]]>

According to a police incident report obtained this week by The morning news from Dallas.

Dallas Police, with the help of police dog Ballentine, seized more than $ 100,000 from a woman who arrived at Dallas Love Field on December 2.

Detectives took $ 106,829 in cash from the 25-year-old Chicago woman on December 2 after a police dog, Ballentine, alerted authorities to her luggage.

Police neither arrested nor charged the woman, who was at the airport during a layover. The woman could not be reached on Friday for comment; The news does not name her because she has not been charged with a crime.

Police were able to proceed with the seizure through civil forfeiture policies, which under Texas law allow law enforcement to seize property they believe is or may be part of a crime. of a crime in the future. Policies have long been viewed as controversial because of the broad powers they confer on officers.

Dallas police publicly praised Ballentine on the department’s Facebook page, where she posted a photo of the dog behind dozens of stacks of cash. The post went viral, sparking a torrent of questions and criticism.

Police have not disclosed many details of the incident since publication, but the incident report reveals the reasoning officers used to justify the seizure.

The detective story

Police said two narcotics detectives were working at the airport when Ballentine alerted them to a drug smell emanating from a black suitcase that was locked with a combination lock, according to the report. Ballentine is trained to pick up the scents of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine.

The suitcase was intended for a city where narcotics are often exported, according to the report, which does not name the city. Police also redacted the names of the detectives.

The report said detectives believed a search warrant “would not be obtained in time and could place an undue burden on passengers and / or airlines” if the bag was not immediately searched because the luggage had to. be transferred to another plane.

Dallas Police Sgt.  Roger Rudloff (left) is shown grabbing Parker Nevills by his ponytail as other officers drag him to the ground during a protest on May 30, 2020 in Dallas.

Authorities opened the suitcase and found two padded shipping bags wrapped in blankets, according to the report. The covers contained wads of $ 100, $ 50, $ 20, $ 10, $ 5 and $ 1 bills, according to the police. There were no clothes or other items, according to the report.

A detective also smelled marijuana, police wrote in the report.

Detectives found the woman inside an airport terminal, and said she had agreed to speak to them, according to the report. The woman told detectives she had a gray suitcase closed with a zipper and was not carrying cocaine, heroin or methamphetamine when asked by police, according to the report.

Police asked the woman if she was carrying a large amount of cash, and she told them she had about $ 20,000 and clothes inside the bag, according to the report.

Detectives asked about her trade and she said she was a dancer who also worked in real estate, adding that she had sold a house, according to the report.

The report states that detectives believed the money had been obtained through an illegal sale of narcotics and was the result of drug trafficking because Ballentine had alerted them to the bag; because the woman misdescribed the suitcase and its contents; and because of the amount of money as well as the way it was packaged.

The report says detectives told the woman the money was going to be seized, to which she “seemed unfazed” and that she signed a property receipt for the money.

Detectives turned the money over to the FBI after seizing it, according to the report. The FBI confirmed that the office took possession of the money.

Dallas Police said in a written statement that detectives conducted a follow-up investigation before seizing the money, adding that Love Field officers were “fully trained and experienced in various criminal interdiction techniques and tactics, including many were used in this incident “.

The ministry said the case would go through the civilian assets forfeiture process and “follow up the investigation with our federal partners” due to the nature of the seizure and where it occurred.

Controversial policies

Civil forfeiture rules have been hotly contested across the United States for years. Texas law says law enforcement can seize property – and potentially keep it – if they believe it is related to a past crime or could be related to a future crime. Property or assets can be foreclosed even if the owner is not charged with a felony.

Most of the property that is retained can be used for local budgets. The Texas Attorney General’s Office reported in 2017 that law enforcement agencies and state attorneys made more than $ 50 million in one year seizing property through civil and criminal forfeiture.

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Some advocacy groups, such as the ACLU, say the laws violate civil liberties and allow “law enforcement for profit” rather than the fight against crime.

Scott Palmer, an attorney specializing in civil forfeiture cases, said the key issues in the Love Field case are what evidence authorities will point to linking the money to a crime and whether a police dog sniffing a bag in a airport was quite likely. have the bag searched and seized the money when they did.

He cited a 2017 CNN report detailing research that shows traces of cocaine can be found on almost 80% of dollar bills. Morphine, heroin, methamphetamine and amphetamine can also be detected on dollar bills, according to the report, which Palmer says calls into question whether the dog’s alert was a cause sufficiently probable.

“If I’m a Dallas County Civilian District Attorney and you bring this case to me, I guess so, how am I going to prove it was contraband?” Palmer said. “I mean, it’s not like it just takes it for granted or that things speak for themselves. They must have proof.

Palmer cited a recent civil forfeiture case he had in Rockwall County in which his client was able to recover around $ 35,000 that had been seized. That police case had obvious problems, Palmer said, but it took about a year and a half to get the money back, some of which ended up going towards attorney fees.

Future discussions

Texas lags behind other states on civil forfeiture reform, said Grant Gerleman, a lawyer who works in Palmer’s office. He said that in some other states in the country, law enforcement is only allowed to seize property if there is an accompanying arrest.

“The underlying premise is that if someone commits a crime, they shouldn’t be able to profit from that crime,” Gerleman said. “The problem is, it’s being abused and basically being used to fund government ministry projects when they’re not even taking the right steps. “

The city’s Community Policing Oversight Board plans to discuss the Love Field incident at its January meeting.

Dallas Police Chief Eddie García speaks at the 40th Annual Friends of the Dallas Police Banquet on November 15 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Dallas.

Council members have asked a variety of questions this week about the case, including what the ministry’s policies are on what triggers a seizure, how often seized property is returned and who has the right to know why police have taken the ‘silver.

“I understand that there are sensitive confidential matters that may be part of an investigation that they cannot disclose to the public, but someone with oversight responsibility needs to know why this has happened,” he said. said Brandon Friedman, who represents board member Paul Ridley. East Dallas District on the board.

“I think this is a critical issue,” added Tami Brown Rodriguez, who represents Paula Blackmon’s East Dallas District. “And I’m so glad we have the opportunity to bring it up because it affects so many people.”

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Police officers | News, Sports, Jobs https://club-fuer-molosser.net/police-officers-news-sports-jobs/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 05:43:05 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/police-officers-news-sports-jobs/ County Sheriff – A man reported on Monday afternoon that he had already been evicted from a property on Carbon Hill Road in Unity Township and wanted to return to reclaim the rest of his property. MPs explained that this was a civil matter and that he should contact a lawyer. Columbiana – Officers arrested […]]]>

County Sheriff

– A man reported on Monday afternoon that he had already been evicted from a property on Carbon Hill Road in Unity Township and wanted to return to reclaim the rest of his property. MPs explained that this was a civil matter and that he should contact a lawyer.

Columbiana

– Officers arrested Joseph Gatelaro, 22, of Columbiana for excessive acceleration and noisy exhaust. Gatelaro was also charged with mishandling a firearm in a motor vehicle and non-compliance.

Lisbon

– Monday afternoon around 2:30 p.m., police responded to several reports of a man walking on National Road 154 without pants. Police could not find anyone matching the description.

– On Sunday afternoon, a woman told police her young daughter said she was on her scooter in Blocksom near the juvenile court when a man in a red car approached her. According to the report, the man offered the girl candy and the girl said she bit her hand and then ran home. The vehicle could not be seen in court surveillance footage.

– Jessica Holsinger of Wellsville said a black F150 truck struck her car on East Chestnut Street, then left the scene at 3:37 p.m. on Friday. Holsinger was heading west and she had three passengers. No injuries were reported and the damage was described as a broken driver’s side mirror.

– Police responded to an alarm at Dollar General at 3:30 a.m. Saturday and found an unlocked door. They found the building empty. A key holder arrived and secured the building.

– At 6:45 a.m. on Saturday morning, police received a call about a person asleep in a car at Lincoln Way and Jackson Avenue. The person said he was on his way to Cleveland from Pennsylvania when he got tired and stopped to rest. Police checked his ID, said he appeared to be okay, and he was released.

–Curtis Blakeslee reported he was assaulted to police on the afternoon of December 4th. He said the incident happened on North Beaver Street. He told police he would be there to make a statement, but did not show up. No charges were laid in the incident.

– Minor damage was reported after a two-car crash in the back parking lot of East of Chicago Pizza. Joe Gregory, Leetonia, was backing up when he punched Christine Buchanan from Lisbon. No injuries were reported.

– Police cited two minors having committed traffic violations on Saturday shortly before midnight. The two were seen driving all-terrain vehicles westbound on state road 154. They admitted to trying to flee from police, but were cited without further incident.

– Jeffrey Douglas Davis of state Route 154 is charged with resisting arrest after police responded to a request for a human welfare check on Dec. 7. Prior to arriving at the residence, police discovered that the county had active arrest warrants issued against Davis. Davis attempted to flee from the police but was arrested and transported to the county jail without any further incidents being reported.

– A Pennsylvania man was arrested after a BP employee said he stole a carton of cigarettes on December 9 at around 4:30 p.m. Nicholas Robert Cook is charged with theft of misdemeanor after apparently seizing a carton of cigarettes from the counter as the employee called them. then fleeing in a gray Ford Escape. Police used the license plate to find the registered owner of the vehicle that brought them to Cook. When police arrived at Cook on December 10, he admitted to the theft and entered voluntarily where he received a subpoena for theft and was released.

– At 12:37 a.m. on Monday, police heard from a person who said they saw a woman leaving two young children unattended in her car at Job and Family Services. When the police arrived, the vehicle was missing. The witness did not see the license plate information.

Eastern Palestine

– Officers assisted an elderly woman on Tuesday after receiving reports from Ashtabula County law enforcement on the woman’s plight. Relatives were worried after she failed to arrive at a scheduled lunch. Officers were able to locate the woman who informed police that she was lost and did not know the area. Officers return the woman to the post where relatives later arrived to pick her up.

–A dog was reported barking in the vicinity of Alice Street and Forbes Street at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.

– Officers occupied the East Martin Street area on Tuesday morning until a cable employee cleared a low hanging cable wire.

– Officers responded to a report of an 8-year-old chasing his mother with scissors after refusing to go to school on Tuesday morning.

– Police carried out a traffic check on Bacon Avenue regarding a speeding vehicle on Monday afternoon. Upon contacting the driver, the officer detected a smell of marijuana and located a small amount of it. The officer seized the marijuana to be destroyed and issued the driver a speeding ticket.

– Officers responded to a suspected burglary on East Rebecca Street on Monday at 1:32 a.m. and found the building secure and no one present.

– Officers spoke to a young woman on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on Malibu Drive for a welfare check and found all was well.

–Jeffrey A. Falk was arrested on a warrant Sunday afternoon during a traffic stop on North Market Street near Dollar General.

– Officers responded to an unruly child at an East Grant Street address on Sunday morning.

– Officers contacted an occupied vehicle in the park at 8:07 p.m. on Saturday.

– Agents made contact with reference to potential fraud on Saturday night.

– A felled tree was reported on the roadway on Easton Drive in West Grant Extension on Saturday evening.

– Officers responded to a West Main Street residence on Saturday after a child repeatedly called 9-1-1.

– Officers responded to a verbal altercation on Park Avenue on Friday night.

– Agents were reported by a youth on West Clark Street in reference to a disagreement on Friday night.

– Officers assisted an elderly man at an East Taggart Street business on Friday. The man had been reported missing and was taken into police custody by his son.

– A woman came to the station to speak with an officer about a domestic violence situation on Thursday.

– A man reported that someone stole a wooden pallet from his Columbia Street property on Thursday morning.

– Officers responded to complaints from a suspicious person at the city park Thursday morning. After making contact, it was discovered that the occupant of the vehicle was playing a game on their phone.

– The school’s resource manager was called to help a middle school student at 9:36 a.m. on Wednesday, December 8.

– Officers responded to Brookdale Avenue on Wednesday, Dec.8 to assist the Ohio State Patrol in a single car crash.

– Criminal charges are pending regarding an appeal on Tuesday, December 7 regarding a threatening complaint in the 100 block of West Martin Street.

Salem

– City officers responded at 11:38 p.m. Tuesday on Harding Avenue to assist a Perry Township officer with a suicidal man. During the incident, the man fled on foot through a back door and into a field. The officers caught up with him and ordered him to go to the ground where he was being held. Perry Township police slipped the man in pink, ordering him to take him to Alliance Community Hospital by EMT.

–Police were called at 10:46 p.m. on Tuesday at the 500 block of East Third Street for a welfare check on a man who made comments about self-harm to a family member via text message. He has not been found.

– Police were called Tuesday at 7:02 p.m. regarding a possible assault at an unknown location on Franklin Avenue. The person called back and said he was on Aetna Street and Homewood with the woman following him. They were separated at that time and the man left and was contacting a family member to find a place to stay. The female was sent to collect her things as requested. Both were warned for disorderly conduct.

– Joseph Brobst, 19, Columbus, has been cited for not giving in after failing to stop his vehicle at a stop sign on South Ellsworth Avenue and colliding with a vehicle driven by Hickrie Gidley, 82 West Third Street , at the intersection of East Pershing Street at 6:14 p.m. Tuesday.

– Officers at 5:58 p.m. Tuesday responded to the 400 block of North Lincoln Avenue to check on the welfare of a person with a known medical problem. The family at the scene said they would take care of her.

–A civil case was reported at 5:17 p.m. Tuesday in the 300 block of East Fourth Street. Those involved have been informed of their options.

– Police responded at 4:47 p.m. on Tuesday to the 200 block of West Pershing Street asking for a removal and knowing that person was wanted on a warrant outside of Columbiana County. Officers confirmed the warrant. The second person tried to hide and escape from the officers, but was found hiding under a sofa in the basement with a second warrant confirmed. The second person must have been identified by a BMV image since he refused to give his name. Andrew Bolyard, 32, West Pershing Street, was arrested on an arrest warrant for obstructing justice and also charged with one additional count of obstruction for refusing to give his name. Tiffany Stiles, 37, of Lake Milton, was arrested on a domestic violence arrest warrant. Both were handed over to MPs to be transported to prison.

–A road rage incident was reported in Salem at 12:37 p.m. Tuesday, but police were unable to locate the suspicious vehicle.

–A neighbor-to-neighbor argument was reported at 12:36 p.m. Tuesday in the 600 block of East Third Street. The caller said the residents of the apartment complex would not leave him alone for reasons unknown. Officers spoke with the parties involved and told them to stay separated for the day.

– Personal property outside of town was brought to the police station at 12:26 p.m. Tuesday because the property belonged to a resident of Salem. The police tried to contact.

– A barking dog was reported at 9:46 a.m. Tuesday on Boulevard Sud-Est, but was not heard by officers.

– Family members at 8:06 a.m. Tuesday asked officers to check on a woman in the 1900 block of Southeast Boulevard whom they could not reach. The woman was contacted and told to call her family.

Fire calls

Salem

– Firefighters were called Wednesday at 1:55 p.m. at KFC, 156 N. Lincoln Ave., about a grease fire in the kitchen, finding light smoke in the kitchen. Employees said the pressure fryer was on fire and they had unplugged the electrical cord. The fryer was removed from the structure and the fire was extinguished with a dry powder extinguisher. The fire was contained within the electrical components of the unit, the cooking oil part not being involved. Natural ventilation was used to remove the remaining fumes in the building. The city health department was notified and responded to investigate the scene due to the nature of the incident. Firefighters cleared the scene at 2:32 p.m. Wednesday.

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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports | The Mckenzie banner https://club-fuer-molosser.net/carroll-county-sheriffs-reports-the-mckenzie-banner/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/carroll-county-sheriffs-reports-the-mckenzie-banner/ Drug possession – Jimmie Peter Scallan III, 36, of 295 Kee Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with possession of Schedule IV during a traffic stop on December 3 in Huntingdon. Deputy Steven Scott reported that he had stopped a vehicle driven by Scallan due to expired tags. Scott noted that Scallan seemed nervous and couldn’t […]]]>

Drug possession – Jimmie Peter Scallan III, 36, of 295 Kee Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with possession of Schedule IV during a traffic stop on December 3 in Huntingdon.

Deputy Steven Scott reported that he had stopped a vehicle driven by Scallan due to expired tags. Scott noted that Scallan seemed nervous and couldn’t provide a valid driver’s license. Scallen did not give Scott permission to search the vehicle, so a K-9 dog was deployed and he indicated the presence of illegal substances. A search of the vehicle revealed two pills identified as Alprazolam.

Vehicle theft – MPs are investigating a recent vehicle theft from private property in Hollow Rock.

According to the report by Congressman Michael Mulligan, the Sheriff’s Department was informed on December 4 of a motor vehicle theft from a residence in Cole Circle. Preliminary investigation revealed that on the night of December 21, someone used a brick to smash the rear window and enter a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado registered in the name of the late Florence Bennett. The vehicle was valued at $ 3,900.

Flight – Members of Parliament are investigating the recent theft of a utility trailer near Huntingdon.

Jacob Smothers told MPs on December 7 that someone picked up his 14ft Cargo-branded trailer with a V-nose from his property on Old Stage Road. Smothers also informed MPs that he captured footage of a suspicious vehicle on a surveillance camera. The trailer was valued at $ 4,000.

Multiple charges – James Michael Sole, 28, of Martin and Angelica Kesia Holden, 26, of 417 High Street, Hollow Rock, were both charged with Willful Possession of Schedule II, Willful Possession of Schedule VI, resistance to arrest and drug paraphernalia during a Dec. 7 traffic stop in McKenzie. Sole was also charged with identity theft.

According to Deputy Chance Townes’ report, he stopped a gray Chevrolet Impala driven by Sole with Holden as a passenger after observing suspicious driving behavior. Townes detected a smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Sole initially identified himself as James Cole, but Townes was able to identify him as Sole following an incident involving a drug overdose the night before at a McKenzie residence. Sole, who had an active tenure out of Weakley County, began to scream and swear loudly and resisted when Townes tried to place him under arrest, and Sole continued to swear and scream and began to kicking and banging your head after being placed in the back of Townes’ patrol vehicle. When questioned, Holden said there was no illegal substance in the vehicle, but during a search MPs found 70.5 grams of a green leafy substance, 15.3 grams of a substance tested positive for methamphetamine, scales and plastic bags. Holden also resisted when Townes attempted to place her under arrest.

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Dogs on special mission | News https://club-fuer-molosser.net/dogs-on-special-mission-news/ Sat, 11 Dec 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/dogs-on-special-mission-news/ Wading knee deep in the swamps near Slidell, James “Trey” Todd and his K-9 partner were on high alert for any signs of movement. While their mission was to locate the remains of a local man, they were also keeping an eye on the 500-pound beast that had bitten him. In the aftermath of Hurricane […]]]>

Wading knee deep in the swamps near Slidell, James “Trey” Todd and his K-9 partner were on high alert for any signs of movement.

While their mission was to locate the remains of a local man, they were also keeping an eye on the 500-pound beast that had bitten him.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, man Timothy Satterlee was attacked by an alligator outside his house. Then Satterlee and the alligator both disappeared.

Todd was one of many members of the Louisiana Search and Rescue Dog Team called in to search for Satterlee. Todd and his yellow Labrador named Messi Rue roamed the alligator-infested swamps for days, fully aware of the dangers lurking just below the surface.

“I was scared to death,” Todd said.

In this case, wildlife officials found the 12-foot alligator before the dogs in the corpse could, and DNA showed Satterlee’s remains were in his stomach. But just three weeks later, Todd and Messi Rue were at the forefront of a search for a missing woman.

Leslie Ann Smith had abandoned her car by the side of the road a month earlier in Lamar County, Mississippi. MPs searched for her in the adjacent woods, but the dog team found her scattered remains, along with a gun that suggested suicide, about half a mile from the original search perimeter.

Members of the search and rescue team, known as LaSAR, have deployed their dogs in more than 600 searches across the country since Lisa Higgins and her daughter Troi-Marie founded the group in St. Tammany in 1991.

Working with the FBI and local police departments, the team has helped solve dozens of criminal investigations by searching for dead bodies. He has also rescued missing Alzheimer’s disease patients and found runaway adolescents.

As a non-profit organization, the 11 team members are all volunteers. Todd is an orthopedic surgeon and Higgins has held positions ranging from a law enforcement reservist to a K-9 contractor for the FBI. But they all spend many hours training their dogs to rescue missing people and recover human remains.

“So you’re not doing it for monetary gain for whatever reason, strictly that you’re doing the best job you can and trying to bring them home for the family,” Higgins said.

The dog team traveled as far north as Anchorage, Alaska, and as far south as Puerto Rico. Some of the dogs were able to locate bodies submerged under 129 feet of water and graves used by the Chakchiuma tribe in the late 17th century.

In one of the team’s biggest moves, Higgins and his dog Dixie searched a ranch in Colorado looking for a man after several attempts at other cadaver dogs were unsuccessful in 2017.

Dixie pointed to a section of the corral filled with dead farm animals and dung, where the human remains were found under several feet of trash. His body had been wrapped in plastic and buried next to a 55 gallon barrel of dead animals.

This was a unique research because the mixed smells of the decaying animals could have confused the dogs.

Researchers at the LSU Cold Case Project are investigating information on the whereabouts of the remains of Joseph Edwards, a young black man who was killed in 1964 in the parish of Concordia. Higgins said dogs might be able to help with this research even though so many decades have passed.

Dogs use their heightened sense of smell to track down natural odors emitted by a decaying body. If properly trained, they are able to detect human remains from miles away with an accuracy that makes modern technology more humble.

When a dog locates the suspicious area of ​​the remains, it uses something Higgins describes as a trained final response. These responses, such as sitting down or barking, are passive indicators meant to alert the manager without damaging a potential grave.

Dogs train in various types of human remains detection, ranging from land and water to disasters and urban abilities.

“Because you never know where you’re going to have to look, we try to avail ourselves of training in all types,” Higgins said.

Just as dogs are trained, so are owners. Higgins and his teammates train to look for changes in each dog’s behavior when they detect a scent. It takes a keen eye and a deeper relationship with the dog to notice the subtle indicators.

And while it may seem like only certain breeds of dog are capable of such feats, Kirsten Watson, LaSAR member and former Animal Control Officer, points out the intangible qualities that a dog possesses.

“Any dog ​​can do it, but they have to have the drive,” Watson said.

Watson’s German Shepherd Quest has that motivation, and it was evident this fall during one of the team’s regular Saturday practice sessions at the New Orleans Fire Training Academy. Eager to start, Quest practically dragged Watson onto the field, where pieces of human heart and placenta had been hidden.

His exuberant energy was instantly slain once Watson let go. His instincts kicked into high gear as he crept through the field, nose to the ground, sniffing the leftovers.

Watson noticed the moment Quest’s ears pricked up. He had found the smell.

In a blur of black and brown, Quest streaked through the tall marsh grass towards the source of the scent. Spotting the pot of hearts hidden under a tree branch, Quest stopped dead and sat quietly, as if he had been trained to do so all his life.

In most salvage research, the body is not visible, so handlers have to trust their dogs’ ability to sniff out the remains.

During their first search in May 1991, the LaSAR team were called in by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office to search for the body of a missing boy after currents in the Amite River swept him away. under water.

Suspended from the bow of a police boat, Higgins’ golden Labrador Frosty sniffed the slippery waters of the river until he complained to Higgins, indicating he had located the body.

Frosty found the boy within the first four minutes of the search, and after 10 hours of searching, the boy’s body was found. He had been buried under four feet of water and three feet of sand.

The team has since found a four-year-old boy under a Mississippi River dock and the body of another boy who had jumped from a barge into the river.

The search for missing people and human remains can be a difficult process that sometimes has an emotional impact. Before every search, Higgins always remembers what she was called to do.

“I don’t care so much about what I might see,” Higgins said. “I’m afraid I’m doing a good job working the dog while we are training and the dog is doing his job while he’s been trained.”

The canine team is very united and shares each other’s achievements. Anytime a dog successfully detects a source and uses the correct final answer, the entire team is sure to shower the dog with some much-needed praise and head scratchings.

While positive reinforcement helps the team be successful, trust is crucial. Higgins describes it as the most important aspect of the job, especially since venturing into unfamiliar territory with just a dog’s nose as a guide could make anyone doubt.

She likes to wear a neon orange shirt with black letters inside out that read: “TRUST YOUR DOG”.

“If you can do your due diligence and this dog knows his job, then when your dog kicks in you have to stand behind him,” Higgins said. “That’s why we do it, that’s why we work so hard.”

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