- New Jersey, USA -
On February 10, 2024, detectives from the Galloway Township Police Department were dispatched to a property in the 100 block of Zurich Avenue to conduct a follow-up investigation regarding an animal complaint.
Detectives met with 23-years-old JASON MILLAR (pictured), who identified himself as the animals’ guardian.
As detectives were inspecting the living conditions, they found one cat and twenty-five dogs
“living in poor conditions with insufficient access to food and water,” said police in a media release. Sadly, detectives also discovered a deceased dog.
Animal Control was called in and assisted with removing the furvictims from the property.
MILLAR was placed under arrest on cruelty to animals charges and released on a summons pending a future court date. Police said additional charges are still pending, as the investigation is ongoing.
I have contacted the Galloway Township Police Department to inquire about all of the Voiceless Victims and with regard to the furbaby who was found deceased, I was told: “….we do not have a name or breed available; however, the dog was sent for a necropsy. We are currently awaiting the results.”
The cat and dogs who were rescued from the property “are doing well and have been placed at local shelters.” Galloway Township Police Officer Dan Weigle (pictured) adopted one of the dogs, a female Newfoundland named Moo (pictured).
No additional information was released.
I took the liberty of naming the deceased dog Heart for the tribute image. Should his/her given name be made public, I will rectify it accordingly.
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