LA Police Get A Call Of A Man Dragging a Dead Dog Down The Street

A 28-year-old man was charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty after video surfaced of him allegedly dragging a puppy on a leash down a street in Los Angeles, the District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.



Video allegedly shows Dossey James, 28, repeatedly dragging a puppy up and down a street. (Credit: Los Angeles Police)

Video shows Dossey James, 28, repeatedly dragging a puppy up and down a street allegedly because the dog refused to walk, according to a new release from the Los Angeles Police Department.

James continued to drag the dog despite evidence the puppy was injured and leaving a blood trail on the sidewalk, the release stated.

The puppy received numerous cuts and scrapes on his legs and stomach area which required required surgery, police said. He was expected to make a full recovery.

James was being held on $145,000 bail.



Puppy dragged down the street is recovering at the South L.A. Animal Shelter. (Credit: KTLA)

A large bail amount was sought after investigators uncovered a similar incident of animal abuse alleged against James, authorities said.

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