So the story goes this way. Andrew Scott had just gotten off of work and made his way home from his job at Hungry Howies. As all accounts could say, he was asleep or relaxing, when all of a sudden loud pounds begin to hit his door. He jumped up startled and was concerned with who was at the door that time of morning. He grabbed his gun because he didn’t live in a safe neighborhood, and when he opened the door, he was armed and shot immediately by police.
These same officers never identified themselves. They also reported that upon searching his house, they found drugs (weed) and a scale, and some other drug paraphenelia (baggies). Hmmmm, so why are they trying to sell us on this bad guy image? Is this really necessary? Well of course it is if they think they fucked up!
This is who they were looking for…
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Officials said the incident started when deputies were looking forattempted murder suspect 31-year-old Jonathan Brown at the Blueberry Hill apartment complex on Ryan Drive in Leesburg.
According to authorities, Brown fled from deputies on a motorcycle, which they later found parked in front of Apartment 114. However, that was not the apartment in which Brown lived.
Three deputies were in uniform when they banged on Scott’s door of Apartment 114 around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, believing Brown was inside.
Deputies said they admit they knocked on the wrong apartment door but said they had to open fire when 26-year-old Scott came out, armed with a gun.
Scott was shot and killed, according to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
Originally, the Sheriff’s Office said deputies had announced who they were.
But an email the Sheriff’s Office sent Sunday revealed deputies “didn’t announce and identify themselves” and called it a “minor detail.”
And on Monday, the Sheriff’s Office told WFTV’s Kathi Belich that deputies didn’t have to identify themselves at all.
A spokesman with the Sheriff’s Office told Belich that all deputies saw when the door opened was the muzzle of a gun, and they did what they had to protect themselves.
But friends of Scott WFTV talked to said deputies are painting him in the wrong light.
A friend of Scott’s called him a gentle giant and said he’s the one who gave Scott the gun for his protection. He said Scott had just gotten home from working late when the deputies came to his door.
“They banged on the door. They didn’t yell out, ‘Lake County Sheriff!’ They weren’t being loud; vocal. The guy opened the door at 2 in the morning,” said a witness who did not want to be identified.
“I saw him six hours before (the shooting), and he was fine,” said one of Scott’s friends. “When I heard about it I thought it was a joke.”
Drugs and drug paraphernalia were found in Scott’s home, deputies said.
K-9 Deputy Richard Sylvester, who shot and killed Scott, was wearing a black utility vest with the word “sheriff” on the front.
WFTV learned in the six weeks before Sunday’s shooting, Sylvester has been working around 40 hours of overtime per two-week pay period.
WFTV asked if that could’ve been a factor.
“Regardless of how tired he was, regardless of how much overtime he had this week, or last week, or the last three weeks, or the last month, he took the action he was forced to take that given moment,” said Lt. John Herrell of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
No matter what, the Sheriff’s Office said, Scott opened the door with the gun pointed at them, and at this point, there’s no indication anyone said anything before Sylvester opened fire.
“This individual was in his home. He was at a place he had a right to be. He’s awoken early in the morning by someone banging at his door; certainly he had a right to go to that door armed,” said Sheaffer.
In some cases, officers don’t identify themselves for the element of surprise if they don’t want a suspect to get away. But the only way in or out of Scott’s apartment is through the front door and the front windows.
“The bottom line is police went to the wrong house. This was an otherwise innocent person, and he was shot to death,” said Sheaffer.
The officers could have surrounded the front and then identified themselves, especially since the officers did not actually see Brown go into the door.
“It was the middle of the night, so they felt it’d be more tactically advantageous to just knock on the door, and that’s what we did,” said Herrell.
“If the name of the law enforcement agency was announced, do you think this could’ve been prevented?” asked WFTV reporter Ryan Hughes.
“Well, based upon what we found inside his home — drugs, scales, pipes, baggies — I can’t answer that. I don’t know what he thought,” Herrell said.
Sylvester never used his dog to track the suspect. Investigators said Brown’s motorcycle was still hot and was parked in front of the door.
They eventually caught Brown at his apartment, which is in the next building.
Sylvester is now on administrative leave. He was also involved in last week’s deputy shooting behind an Advanced Auto Parts store in Eustis.
WFTV was told he’s a police dog handler and that he witnessed two other deputies kill Gilberto Rivera.
The Sheriff’s Office said Rivera had just killed the auto shop clerk he was stalking and wounded another employee.
The deputy who fired the shot that killed Rivera has been placed on administrative leave.
Ever seen the movie “An Innocent Man” starring Tom Selleck. There is a great story line to this movie. Two crooked cops are searching for a drug dealer, and they were given the wrong address by a snitch, who happened to be an addict. Well, they arrive to this guys house, (good resectable guy at that) and they bust the door down, ultimately shooting the guy twice. They plant drugs in his house and tear it all up. They knew what they had done and when they discovered that an innocent man had been shot, they had to cover up their dirt. Of course, if this had been the correct address in the movie, these cops would have stolen the drugs and money and created a hostile place for this guy. Afterall, who would report being robbed by the cops if you’re a drug dealer?
Another point to make, and lets be real here. This was a white guy being accused of selling pot. Ummm, what person wants to risk being shot to death over some pot conviction? He would have been out in no time. Seriously…did they have to shoot this young man? And why didn’t they announce who they were? Ok, yes I understand they were looking for a big time criminal, but…even still, not to announce yourself is asking for that sorta outcome.
Andrews friends are so upset right now because the media is showing his mugshot as his primary photo, and of course the first thing the officers did was to show him as a bad guy and paint him in a bad light. Why? Because then you folks will be desensitized about what’s really going on with this story. So they call announcing themselves a minor detail? Get the fuck outta here. Minor? So the law is So the law is above reason.
Also, did the jerk who parked in front of the wrong apartment do this on purpose? Obviously one has to wonder if he anticipated such a disgusting act on his part having this take place. This guy really was innocent and is innocent and hopefully his family can sue sue sue.
Is this the face of a killer?
This story rose to fame in 2008 and for so long, those who held the little Caylee Marie Anthony in their hearts will now be closer to breathing…or exhaling. So the trial will be held in Orlando, but the jury is being selected in ClearWater. Just 100 miles away…was that enough to take Anthony out of the publics eye? That attempt to get a jury from “far away” was somewhat shabby. No one is complaining though are they?
If most people who are aware of this case were questioned, They want her to fry for that she is being accused of. Orlando, Florida just recently sent their residents who live in a certain proximity to the Downtown Courthouse some letters pertaining to the media and the crowds that this case may draw.
This case is being said that it will draw more attention than OJ Simpson did in his trial, as being accused of killing his wife. There is still no reason why millions of people got involved in this case. If it wasn’t people protesting at the actual home, then its the hundreds of bloggers that write about this story. Why? There are hundreds of kids who get killed by their parents every day. None of them make national headlines. Supposedly, it’s the way Casey Anthony acted. Perhaps its her way of acting as if she could care less. Maybe it was the knowledge that this child was missing over a month and the mother never mentioned it to anyone, but instead, chose a life of clubbing and partying. America and other countries, Yes other countries reached out after hearing this story. Some of my comments came from Japan.
However, those who aren’t close to this case when it comes to locale, will not have the same thoughts that O-towners have. Those who were there from the beginning. Those who frequented the same clubs that she visited. Those who stood in the parking lots at night after Casey Anthonys trips to her favorite bar, walked the same streets, went to the same school, lived in the same neighborhood. They will have plenty more to say. It hits closer to home. Clear Water is clearly not far enough. But does that place exist? Well, there were people who didn’t know Oprah Winfrey who lived in the outskirts of Illinois, so…maybe it was. Granted, these were back wood folks with no televisions and no media outlets.
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Jury selection started Monday in the trial of an Orlando woman charged with killing her 2-year-old daughter.
Casey Anthony’s trial will take place in Orlando, but jurors are being selected at a courthouse about 100 miles away because of intense media coverage. The first panel of potential jurors met with the judge and attorneys Monday morning in Clearwater.
Chief Judge Belvin Perry hopes to have 20 jurors — including eight alternates — in place by the end of the week so the trial can begin May 17. Potential jurors will undergo two rounds of questioning and be asked if they could recommend the death penalty for Anthony.
She is charged with first-degree murder, and any juror who couldn’t recommend death would be disqualified.
Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to killing her daughter Caylee and says a baby-sitter kidnapped her. After a massive search, the girl’s body was found seven months after her June 2008 disappearance. It was discovered by a meter reader in some woods about a quarter of a mile from the home mother and daughter had shared with Anthony’s parents and brother. Detectives said residue of a heart-shaped sticker was found on duct tape over the mouth of her skull.
Monday was spent identifying jurors who have personal issues that would preclude them from serving the six to eight weeks the trial is expected to last. Those not dismissed for those reasons must come back later for more questioning.
Defense attorney Jose Baez objected to the first panel of about 100 people in its entirety, saying that it wasn’t representative of Orlando’s demographics because it had only two Hispanic and four African-American jurors.
Perry denied the objection and questioning of the panelists began.
Perry also issued an order Monday morning denying a defense request to exclude air tests from carpet sample taken from Anthony’s car. Tests for odors associated with a body’s decomposition were run on the carpet sample and the tests identified chloroform in the sample.
Chloroform is a chemical associated with decomposition but also can be used to render a person unconscious.
The tests have never been admitted in a trial in the United States.
So, Jose Baez wants more blacks and more latinos? Why? Does he really care? Does he think that whites would be more “easy” on her? When I covered this story 2 years ago, the crowds of readers were predominantly white. They hated her, loathed her, wanted her to fry. They created sites called, “Help Fry Casey” . I had them in my blog roll. Not sure where Jose is going with this, but it could back fire.
One of the curses of being a woman. She should have let him die when he had that heart attack. That could have been her escape to freedom if she didn’t care so much. Jesus lying on the bed in misery is every battered womans fantasy. It read like a movie scene from a Tyler Perry Movie, yet, Fabiana didn’t take the help from God and let sleeping dogs lie. She was a better person for it, but it cost her her life.
It is going to be a horrible ordeal for her children who are left without a loving mother. They already had less than dad material when it came to Jesus, but the glue that held that family together is gone. How will these children cope?
When Fabiana was granted the petition for protection initially and then she recanted on it, it is possible that the judges see this pattern a lot. Women, in the heat of the moment will come down to the courthouse screaming bloody murder when all hell broke loose in their homes, and then when the judge says, “Granted!” They fight to get back with their abusers. It may seem that a broken system doesn’t work, but in all actuality, a broken woman doesn’t work. Fabiana was broken, and she trusted when she shouldn’t have. She loved someone who was not worthy of her love. She is an exception to the rule though. In the end she did try, however, it was too late. Someone with Jesus Romeros mindset would only be satisfied with the shedding of blood. He had been poisoning her, and taking from her life, little by little, and in the end, he took her life along with his miserable existence.
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Fabiana Romero’s estranged husband threatened to kill her and then himself if she ever left him, according to court records that documented years of spousal abuse.
Three days after their 20th wedding anniversary, he made good on that threat.
Fabiana Romero was gunned down in the breezeway outside of her new apartment at Villa del Sol condos in south Orange County Wednesday. Jesus Romero, her estranged husband whom she had filed for divorce from and had a permanent injunction against, was found dead nearby from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, deputies said.
The Romero’s four children, ages 17 to 7, were at school when the shooting took place. It’s unclear who will take care of them.
The couple’s murder-suicide is the first domestic-violence related slaying in Orange County this year. In 2010, nearly one-third of all homicides in the county were attributed to domestic violence.
“I was really holding my breath,” said Harbor House of Central Florida CEO Carol Wick, regarding the months that had passed since the last domestic violence killing. “Last year we had one on New Year’s Day and held a steady pace all year until we had 27 people dead.”
Wick, who runs the area’s only domestic violence shelter, hopes word has spread since last year and that those in danger are working on getting a safety plan in place.
Fabiana Romero, 37, appeared to be taking steps to keep herself and the couple’s four children safe. Those steps now are memorialized in pleas to the court to keep her estranged husband away.
In a two-page, handwritten petition for an injunction against her husband filed on Dec. 20, Fabiana pleaded with a judge to grant her the order against 43-year-old Jesus Romero.
“I have been wanting to leave the house for months and he always prevents it,” she wrote. “He said if I leave he will kill himself or kill me.”
Since 2006, Jesus Romero hit her with their car, put oven cleaner in her face wash, installed a GPS monitor on her vehicle, placed a recording device on her phone, kicked and bit her, she wrote.
Most recently, he twice tried to drug her so he could sexually abuse her because the couple had not been intimate for months, the petition states.
The day she tried to leave him, he took away her credit cards and keys, cutting off access to money that she earned.
“‘If you leave this house, you leave with $0!’” Fabiana wrote, recalling her husband’s threats. “I felt so frustrated, because I am on the only one that works in the family. I am the provider and he just took all that I had worked [for] away.”
Court records show December’s petition was not the first time the woman had filed for protection. During two separate incidents in 2008 she asked a judge to protect her. In a Jan. 2008 petition, she explained her how her husband kept her isolated.
Two weeks later she asked for the temporary injunction to be dismissed because he suffered a heart attack and she was concerned for his health.
Court filings also alleged Jesus Romero, a physician in his native Venezuela, had psychiatric issues and prescribed medicine. He allegedly suffered a brain injury while riding on Space Mountain in 1998. He unsuccessfully tried to sue Walt Disney World. The case was tossed after the judge learned he lied repeatedly about serving a two and a half year prison sentence in Venezuela on a cocaine conviction.
Later in 2008, Fabiana Romero applied for an injunction and was denied.
The next bout of legal proceedings came in December 2010 when a temporary, followed by a permanent injunction. Jesus Romero filed a counter injunction. Then she filed for divorce and moved out.
Detectives did not release much information about what led to the shooting Wednesday. Fabiana Romero is the 8th homicide victim in Orange County this year.
More than a month after Katherine Sanchez went missing, her body was found in an apple Orchard. According to the story, the wife of the alleged killer, Kimberly Cardenas states that “he” acted normal and was seemingly just as concerned as she was. All the while, he knew what he had done to her baby sister.
Kimberly wants Cardenas to receive the death penalty for the murder of her sister. Carlos Cardenas is quite the ungrateful one. Bad enough he is in this country illegally, but he turns around and murders his sister in law.
That is hardly the story you hear of Mexicans coming over here for the American Dream. He is not a testament to that thinking. He’s a cold blooded murderer, and possibly he was a criminal in Mexico as well. That’s why he came here more than likely. Must America keep getting Mexicos rejects?
It would be nice to get some of the good ones who are truly here to get the “dream” rather than causing a nightmare.
This is such a sad story. This little one didn’t deserve to be treated the way she was. It’s noones fault necessarily, but there are those who will find fault with someone. If anything is to blame, “Illegal” means something. It is noticeable, that when you follow the rules, you get bitten by the snake a lot less. He should NOT HAVE BEEN HERE. Read the story below…
A 15-year-old upstate New York girl was raped, suffocated and buried days later in an apple orchard by her brother-in-law, police said.
The remains of Katherine Sanchez were found Friday, more than a month after she was reported missing.
Carlos Cardenas, 21, is being held on second-degree murder charges in Orleans County.
Police say Cardenas raped the teen while she was babysitting at his house and killed her when she threatened to tell her sister, WKBW-TV reported.
Cardenas kept Sanchez’s dead body in his basement for a couple of days before taking it to the orchard, said police.
“He deserves the death sentence, that’s what he deserves,” Kimberly Cardenas said of her husband, whom she said acted normally while Sanchez was missing. “He’s demented. He’s a sick man.”
Police said Carlos Cardenas, a native of Mexico, is illegally in the U.S.
“She was an angel,” Kimberly Cardenas said of her sister, “an angel on earth.”
An order of protection was granted for Denise, but for whatever reason, she chose to speak with him in private. It seems that Denise thought she could change him. An all too common mistake with women. Looking at Michael Kennys pictures, it is evident that he is not interested in changing at this time. Therefore, any woman entering his life has the potential of becoming the next victim. The eyes are the window to the soul. This picture is evident. He looks like he’s had a bad day. He is wearing a tie with a dress shirt, he is clean shaven, yet his eyes say, “Don’t mess with me.” It is truly unfortunate when you see a lady lose her life because she believed in someone else.
Denise should be applauded for her faith in man kind. Yes it’s easy for anyone reading this story to say, Why did she do this, and why did she do that, but in reality, she did what she thought was the right thing to do. She trusted, and for that, it’s tough to be judgemental on her. Her son is very adamant regarding his feelings towards Michael, and he makes them public. It was evident that Michael had drug issues, as it’s common for that type to behave the way he did.
Noone deserves this to happen to their family member. Reading Davis Ramkisoon’s statement says it all. “He killed my mother.” Read the story below…
Salon psycho Michael Kenny was awaiting extradition to New York Saturday after being booked at a Maryland jail, law enforcement officials said.
The crazy-eyed ex-con is expected back in Manhattan early this week to face charges in the murder of his estranged wife, Denise Kenny, at a midtown beauty parlor, officials said.
Michael Kenny was held on a fugitive warrant at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center in Annapolis, Md. He was arrested by local authorities Friday night after the NYPD traced him through his cell phone.
Anne Arundel County Police saw Kenny in a stolen van at a parking lot around 7 p.m. They waited until he drove away, then hit the sirens and tried to pull him over.
Kenny didn’t stop, leading officers on a low-speed pursuit until they deployed spikes in the road that popped two of his tires.
He refused to get out of the van, so cops stunned him with a gun that shoots beanbags and arrested him.
The 42-year-old had been on the run since Thursday when he showed up at the salon for a haircut and a shave – and got enraged when Denise rejected him.
The obsessed former lover stabbed her repeatedly in the salon bathroom, tracking blood through the shop as he fled, cops said.
Denise’s 21-year-old son, Davis Ramkissoon, said Michael Kenny is a drug addict. His mother had obtained an order of protection against him.
“I want him to live and suffer,” Ramkissoon told the Daily News…”He Killed my mother.”
Is this another case of Domestic Violence? The story is reported saying that Drugs may have played a role in the twos quarrel, however, it’s just speculation as of now. It should be considered a tragedy for a woman to be gunned down like next weeks dinner. Multiple Gunshot wounds killed Jessica and it looks like they are looking for a self defense claim. It is too premature to discuss that, so why are they bringing this up? What is the point of trying to avoid an arrest or formal charging? What’s not being said in this case?
What are some circumstances in which a victim is shot to death, and the killer walks the streets right afterwards? Were there no other charges to stick him with that would keep him behind bars?
Was he lawfully carrying a gun?
This blog checked to see her arrests records and it doesn’t appear that she is a convicted felon. She was arrested 6 times. From the age of 18 on up to her demise. Her last arrest was on March 3, 2011 and that charge was from a Parking/Driving violation. The other charges are either unknown, or for failure to appear. Nothing drug related. Where did the news get the information that this was drug related? We might add, none of her arrests included anything violent of any nature.
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SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Seminole County deputies took a man into custody and then released him, after they say he fatally shot a 23-year-old woman Saturday night in Geneva.
Deputies responded to a call around 8:30 pm that a woman had been shot, in a neighborhood off Bee Lane and Osceola Road in Geneva. Officials say once on scene they found 23-year-old Jessica Oglesby deceased from several gunshot wounds.
SWAT teams were called in to secure the neighborhood after learning the gunman was possibly still in the area.
“We heard several shots going off, but that’s quite unusual around here. Next thing I know we heard over the loud speaker a police officer said ‘Come out with your hands up,’” said resident Brian Clemens.
Officials say deputies were able to get the gunman on the phone, and he surrendered without incident.
The shooter has been identified 24-year-old Timothy Priest. Priest was taken into custody, questioned, and released.
Eyewitness News is working to find out why Priest won’t be held in police custody. A spokesperson for the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office told WFTV there are some conflicting stories and witness accounts. He told Eyewitness News they are awaiting autopsy results and reviewing evidence from the scene in order to determine exactly what happened.
Officials would not comment when asked if they are looking into the possibility of the shooting being self-defense or some other circumstance that would not warrant an arrest.
An initial investigation revealed the two knew each other and there may have been drugs involved.
Also, over time there is much speculation at to why he showed up with a gun. But one thing that no one has mentioned. Who brings a can of mace to a gun fight? She would have known that he owned a gun without a doubt. If she were there to rob him, she wasn’t very good at it.
If she were such a hardened criminal, why was she only carrying mace? If she were heavily into the drug lifestyle or possibly selling drugs, she would have been carrying a gun as well. It’s not unthinkable for a convicted felon to have a gun. In some cases, the ones who shouldn’t have them, it’s easier for them to obtain.
There are a host of comments to this story. Something is wrong and in time, police will have their answers and the truth will be revealed.
19 Year old Jeffrey Nally Jr Killed and mutilated 29 dogs and held woman captive. Serial Killer in the making?
Jeffrey Dahmer started out the same way. For this particular story, Jeffrey starts out with animals, and next it will be humans. Now of course, there will be people coming forth bragging about how great a kid he is. Possibly his mom or dad will be parading the different sites, such as this one with many attempts to clean up this young mans actions. The damage is done. Anyone who can do harm to animals such as dogs, especially in this capacity has some serious mental problems. PETA, should be all over this story. They should make an example of him far worse than Michael Vick. There should be an outpouring from the media regarding the horrible way in which these dogs were killed.
Story reading many tools from saws to drills were used to kill these defenseless animals is sickening. Sometimes it is hardening to comprehend the difference between humans and animals, but these sorts of stories and those especially from those who have pets would hardly make a distinction between the two. Who could blame them? Pets are so faithful.
Nally is being charged with…Nally now faces more charges including kidnapping, domestic battery and 29 counts of animal cruelty. How much time does that get you behind bars? If it gets you 10 years, Nally will be 30 once released and the human slayings will begin. What’s your take? As for the woman who moved in with him, who can imagine what was going on in her mind?
Updates…the family of Nally has mentioned that he indeed did not live with his mother and father indefinitely. However they have also mentioned that he was troubled and considered “mental.” They state that they as a family have had him arrested as a minor for choking his grandmother and that he put his mother through hell. They came on to inform the media that they in no way shape or form condone the actions of him and also that he should receive the maximum punishment allowed. You can read more of their comments in the comment section of this story. story below…
HANCOCK COUNTY, W.Va. — A Hancock County man was arrested late Wednesday evening after, police said, he mutilated and killed 29 dogs and held a woman captive for several months.
Jeffrey Nally Jr., 19, is charged with 29 counts of animal cruelty, one count of domestic battery and one count of kidnapping.
Nally was taken into custody after a SWAT team converged on his home at 1855 Orchard Lane. The home is in the north end of the county, off Route 8.
The female victim was also removed without incident, police said. She was a former girlfriend of the suspect that had voluntarily moved into the home in December but had since been the victim of physical and sexual abuse, police said.
Officials in Hancock County became aware of the situation Wednesday after the victim’s mother contacted the West Virginia State Police. The victim’s mother told an officer that Nally had stated that he would kill any officer that showed up to arrest him. The woman also told police that Nally threatened to kill the woman and himself.
Officials with the West Virginia State Police contacted the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office to assemble a SWAT team. The SWAT team was briefed on the matter and converged on the house around 9 p.m.
After taking the suspect into custody and obtaining a search warrant, police said they found 29 dead dogs on the property. Some had been recently killed, officers reported. Some of the carcasses were found buried in the yard of the home, others were wrapped in plastic.
Police believe Nally began killing the animals in January.
“Mutilated, skinned, anything you can imagine,” said Chief Deputy Todd Murray of the animals. “[Nally used] everything from a crossbow, to a drill, saws to hammers. There were several means he used to [mutilate and kill the dogs].”
Murray added that it appeared the suspect used a different tool to kill each dog.
According to court documents, officers even found two dogs eyes in a mason jar.
“One dog had been shot several times. One dog had blunt force trauma to the head. One dog, we think, had its neck snapped,” said Nicole Busick, Hancock County Dog Warden.
The dogs were killed inside of the home, according to Murray. Police believe that Nally got pleasure from making his victim watch as he tortured and killed the animals.
“After the dogs were killed, he would make her clean up,” Murray said.
Three dogs were also found alive at the home. Police said the female told them all three were also set to be killed. One of the dogs rescued from the home was a black lab puppy. It had siblings that were killed.
Nally used classified ads to locate and obtain the animals, often finding people to willingly drop off their pets thinking they had found a good home, police said.
Police reported that he had been given many of the animals for free and had paid a small amount for the others.
“I’d like to give people the benefit of the doubt that they didn’t know what was going on,” said Busick.
Most of the animals killed were puppies.
Police also recovered several guns inside the home. Police said the guns were also purchased through classified listings.
Nally was already under home confinement for having guns as a convicted criminal. Police said they pulled weapons from Nally’s home back in June. In April 2010, he was convicted of domestic battery.
Nally now faces more charges including kidnapping, domestic battery and 29 counts of animal cruelty.
The three dogs recovered from the home were turned over to county officials. The three animals were all quickly adopted.