JAMIE LEIGH DAVIS & JAVIER LEIGH DAVIS arrested – 3 severely malnourished dogs taken from their home

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On Tuesday, June 21, deputies with the Brevard County Sheriff's Office responded to a residence on Beck Drive in Cocoa, after receiving a call about an overdose.


Deputies found three dogs who were suffering from mange. According to deputies, two of the dogs were suffering from hair loss, and the third had internal injuries.

There was no sign of water for the poor souls and dog food had been scattered over a large quantity of feces that was covering the floor.


After executing a search warrant, deputies removed the VOICELESS VICTIMS.

One is named Kona, another one is named Shady, and the third one has been disrespectfully identified as 982378 because her guardians did not name the furbaby so, “a number was assigned instead”, reports ClickOrlando.


Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey as usual took to Facebook to ask for the public’s assistance in finding the furbabies’ guardians identified as 43-years-old JAMIE LEIGH DAVIS and her husband 46-years-old JAVIER LEIGH DAVIS (both pictured).


In a video posted on the sheriff’s office Facebook page, Sheriff Ivey advised that he was offering a $1,000 reward in exchange for information on the couple’s whereabouts. As he was caressing Shady he said: “I want both of them in the Brevard County Jail. I am personally gonna walk their butts into the Brevard County Jail for what they have done to this poor dog. They’re on the run, there are active warrants for animal cruelty. I want ‘em in our jail, I want ‘em off the streets, and I want them to suffer. Actually, what I’d like to do to them, I can’t by law do to them.”


The community responded and within five hours, both scum were arrested.

They were booked into the Brevard County Jail and records show they are each charged with aggravated animal cruelty and unlawful confinement abandonment of animal.


According to court records, the pair’s arraignment is set for July 28, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. before Judge Michelle A. Baker.


In an interview with WESH, Sheriff Ivey rightfully said: “When we look for someone who has the ability to harm an animal, that person has that same ability to harm humans. Usually, you’ll see that transition where they will go from hurting an animal to hurting a human or doing both simultaneously.”


If only a lot of judges out there kept this tragic reality in mind, there would be fewer animal abusers gifted with just probation or sentenced to ridiculous sentences!!!


The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said the department elevates the focus on animal cruelty arrests because they traditionally don’t receive much attention.


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Additional Source:

FOX Orlando – June 22, 2022




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