Wheelchair Bound Woman’s Dog Held for Ransom

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“If you don’t do exactly as you’re told the next few messages will be of your friend slowly getting tortured to death. And do us both a favor, keep this to yourself, no cops.”

What would you do if heartless thieves snatched your dog, only to demand drugs and money in exchange for its safe return? One Woodland, Washington dog owner is fighting back, asking for help from police and the public to bring her stolen dog home – before it’s too late.

Have information regarding Jaggar’s whereabouts? Call the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s office at (360) 577-3092

8 thoughts on “Wheelchair Bound Woman’s Dog Held for Ransom”

  1. This sounds like bullshit to me. She knows the name of the people who took her dog but is not telling anyone who they are? She has their name and phone number apparently. This stinks of psychosis and “look at me” syndrome.

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    • My thoughts pretty close. They did send a photo of the dog because I thought maybe they were pranking her. I wonder if they found the him?

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    • It was true and two suspects were arrested AFTER Jagger’s body was found dead near the railroad tracks. He was tortured before he was killed.

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  2. I hope that Jaggar is found safe and sound. I wonder how they were able to get him? Please don’t leave pets outside of your fenced yard unattended because some people are just sick. Even if they are in a fence you might not want to let them stay outside unattended. What a stupid world we live in with people doing things like this. If she keeps getting texts can’t the phone service trace the calls? Good luck Jaggar get home safe.

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  3. Poor Jaggar! I hope they catch the heartless jerks who are doing this! What is wrong with people???? They are so stupid. I am praying that sweet Jaggar gets returned home safely.

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  4. First, never leave a bulldog unattended outside. They’re prone to overheating and dying. Second, if anyone took my bulldog, she’d more than likely bite thier hand off if I weren’t around. Especially if I were already in a wheelchair.

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