There seems to be more questions than answers regarding Henry. Here is the documentation obtained regarding the response regarding Joanne and Henry. Here is the initial call that I had originally gotten regarding Henry the dog and Joanne. It was classified as a welfare check on 3/9 printed on 3/12. On 3/13 supplemental reports were filed. The day the tickets and seizure order were delivered.
Here are the 2 “supplemental reports filed by both officers” (some private information has been removed addresses, phones to protect privacy) Here are items that I think are inconsistencies regarding what happened. The disposition and end result of the call on the “Call detail report” not matching on the “Supplemental Narrative Report”.
As stated on the Call Detail report a call was made to a relative to check on Joanne, it is not mentioned on the Supplemental report. It’s also noted that on one report that “joanne was throwing food to the dog” but yet on the report it’s noted that officers had to tell Joanne to go upstairs and it’s apparent that she was able to go up and down the stairs on her own.
In the report when asked if she had contacted anyone about help with Henry the report stated that she had said no. The caller who reported to police had “heard Henry had fallen down the stairs”. The court complaint stated she called for help getting Henry up the stairs but was refused by that person.
One report states that Joanne was told CHS was taking the dog because of the condition (No mention of of being put under), the other report states that she was told that he was going to be put under.
One report said that Joanne was told to leave the basement which she initially refused to do but then did go outside. The other report stated that officers escorted her outside from the basement after the dog was removed. One report states that Joanne was throwing food to the dog. The other report it’s not mentioned at all that Joanne wasn’t able to go into the basement to feed the dog. In reports its stated that Joanne was able to get into the basement.
None of us were there that day so the only ones that could witness what happened were the officers, Joanne and the Humane Officer from CHS. There is no documentation from on scene showing what exactly was wrong with Henry other than a mass and him having trouble getting up and walking. There seems to be more questions than answers, and too many grey areas.Share on Facebook