North Carolina – I Want The POS That Murdered This K9

Coon Hound Dakota Found Shot Dead

He was kidnapped on August 28, 2019 at 11 a.m.

Update: 1/31/2020 From tips received it is believed the people who kidnapped the dogs intention was to use Dakota (the Coon Hound) to hunt coons. What they were however not aware of was Dakota would only hunt for the young boy. We suspect they then tried to use Dakota to track down deer and when he did not at the end of deer season they killed the dog.

We also found out that the “clover leaf” where he was dumped is known for the dumping of dogs after the season is over. If the dogs do not perform to their owners liking they are killed and dumped there. The clover leaf I am referring to is the interstate 95 connect and is a huge clover leaf.

Now someone saw Dakota hunting this past season and someone has a description and maybe even a name of who was hunting him. This is larger than we originally thought. There are countless amounts of dogs being dumped at that clover leaf. There is a fence for wildlife around the clover leaf. That fence shields the animals from the highway. There are cameras all around the clover leaf and that is being looked into presently. Again all tips are confidential and anonymous. Tips@bikersagainstabuse.org

This Coon Hound was stolen from Wallace North Carolina. The hound was found right after Christmas. Believed he was killed Christmas Morning. The hound had a blue collar on.

Someone driving on i95 saw him dead on the side of the rd. His head was on the white line and the cars were swerving around him. A man stopped to move him off the rd . The driver also said he saw he had a collar on him so he looked and it had the owners phone number on it. The driver was a dog lover and was heart broken when he saw him there.

Dogs Collar Dakota was wearing

There was about a 100 mile radius from where he was taken from to where he was found shot to death. A 1 hour 40 minute drive.

Tips have led us to believe someone from Lumberton or Pembroke North Carolina is responsible for this.

Dakota and his handler

This is a despicable act of violence. This young boy and his dad are absolutely heart broken.

The owner is offering a large reward but it shouldn’t be about the money. If someone would kill an innocent animal, think of what they would do to a child or woman.

Dakota was an award winning Coon Hound

As always all tips are confidential and anonymous. Tips@bikersagainstabuse.org or 470-633-5632. All I want is a name or names of who is responsible.

Dakota found shot to death

You can be mad at a dog, yell at them or whatever and that dog will always show you unconditional love. There is no excuse for this. NONE! Any of you that know me, know I hate abusers, predators, molesters and animal abusers.

Imagine being that boy and knowing his dog was shot and killed on a Christmas Day. If that doesn’t piss you off enough to share this and seek justice, you have no soul.

If your reading this and you had any part in this just know we’re coming and you have a lot of explaining to do, not only to us but to that family as well. We will find you ….. we always do! Best do your research and check into our track record.

Tips@bikersagainstabuse.org

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Published by BikersAgainstAbuse

Bikers Against Abuse International was created to battle domestic violence, molestation, online predators, sexual abuse for men, women and children. Bikersagainstabuse.org

3 thoughts on “North Carolina – I Want The POS That Murdered This K9

  1. How dare any human to put their hands on an animal! Throw the book at him !!! That dog trusted him to keep him safe. Down with the human. Humans must pay in one way or another.

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    1. The poor pup belonged to a 15 year old and was kidnapped from the home while the teen was at school. The teen raised this pup into a award winning dog. Then someone not only kidnaps the dog they murder him. We will find out who it’s just a matter of time. The teenager and his dad are of course heartbroken over the loss of Dakota.

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