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(WPXI.com)   Neighbor-of-the-Year contender: steals dog from man with terminal cancer, then kicks and punches police when they come for her. (Subby's neighbors)   (wpxi.com ) divider line
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2014-02-19 03:44:24 PM  
She needs to fall down a flight of stairs.
Like just as she's boarding the incline at the top.
 
2014-02-19 03:48:20 PM  
I'd guess you'd classify her as the "wacky" neighbour in a sitcom.
 
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2014-02-19 04:25:57 PM  
Some people are just taking up air and need to be mulched...
 
2014-02-19 04:36:44 PM  
The dog has a surgical scar around his right ear and will stop at the command "Yo."

jamiedubs.com

Yo dawg....
 
2014-02-19 05:20:46 PM  
Missing since Thanksgiving?  The dog is dead.
 
2014-02-19 05:43:28 PM  
Sounds like a winner.
 
2014-02-19 05:43:30 PM  

2wolves: Missing since Thanksgiving?  The dog is dead.


Neighbor's name didn't sound Korean.

\runs from thread...
 
2014-02-19 05:44:08 PM  
Sorry about your cancer and missing dog, subby.
 
2014-02-19 05:46:15 PM  
Is the dog really named Thor or does the man just have a lisp and really ache?

Thilly, I know.
 
2014-02-19 05:46:17 PM  
Sorry about your terminally ill police dog, subby.
 
2014-02-19 05:46:46 PM  

2wolves: Missing since Thanksgiving?  The dog is dead.


The dog was taken to the vet since then.

Sure hope he gets it back.

/vile biatch, she is
 
2014-02-19 05:46:46 PM  
TFA doesn't say why, if the Vet recognized the dog he/she didn't alert the owner as well as the cops.
 
2014-02-19 05:47:27 PM  
Well that's a d*ck move if there ever was one.  Sorry to hear that.
 
2014-02-19 05:49:08 PM  
Yep, looks like she got the crazy!!!!

www.wtae.com
 
2014-02-19 05:50:21 PM  
 
2014-02-19 05:50:23 PM  
Anger.  Just flat out rage.
 
2014-02-19 05:51:16 PM  

noblewolf: Yep, looks like she got the crazy!!!!

[www.wtae.com image 205x220]


Gwyneth Paltrow?
 
2014-02-19 05:51:18 PM  

noblewolf: Yep, looks like she got the crazy!!!!

[www.wtae.com image 205x220]


Oh hell. Even the nature hoops. Any person who pisses that off will end up taking a dirt nap.
 
2014-02-19 05:51:25 PM  
remember folks, spay and neuter your neighbors.
 
2014-02-19 05:53:23 PM  
I'm  not going to suggest that  subby put this story and the neighbor's home address and phone number on 4chan.  I think that is something that people should  not do.  That would  not be good, and I certainly would  not endorse a healthy dose of internet vigilante justice in this case.

/I'm really sorry about what you're going through,  subby
 
2014-02-19 05:53:37 PM  
And the one time someone actually deserves a good tasing for fighting back. Fail.
 
2014-02-19 05:54:02 PM  
FTA: During Tuesday's arrest, police said Paris kicked and punched officers and refused to give up the whereabouts of the dog.

 Okay, I'm not one for police brutality, but if all this is true, I think I could make an exception here.
 
2014-02-19 05:54:44 PM  
If she doesn't tell the police where the dog is, go into her home once she gets back from jail and beat the shiat out of her until she tells you.
 
2014-02-19 05:56:43 PM  
Oh, and that dog really isn't that fat.

- It SLAYED them at the Westminster Kennel Club
 
2014-02-19 05:57:06 PM  
So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.
 
2014-02-19 05:57:16 PM  
It's as though she woke up that morning and said to herself "I'm pretty sure that I'm going to hell but I'd like to be really certain.  Hey, I know what I could do!"
 
2014-02-19 05:57:25 PM  
Never let your dog stick his dick in crazy.
 
2014-02-19 05:59:44 PM  

JesusJuice: If she doesn't tell the police where the dog is, go into her home once she gets back from jail and beat the shiat out of her until she tells you.


It sounds like the vet recognized the dog.  I wonder why they simply haven't checked whichever vets the dog has been to in the past?
 
2014-02-19 06:00:40 PM  

Meisaims: So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.


If he couldn't take care of the dog, then he shouldn't be have it, simple as that.
 
2014-02-19 06:02:23 PM  
I always wonder what the aftermath of these things are.  I mean whenever she posts bond she's going back home.  When these two go out to get the mail and see it each other is it just the most awkward thing in the history of ever or do things get stabby?
 
2014-02-19 06:04:56 PM  
C-word applicably used in this context.

No, not cancer.
 
2014-02-19 06:05:53 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Meisaims: So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.

If he couldn't take care of the dog, then he shouldn't be have it, simple as that.


I am certainly prepared to trust the allegation of a woman who committed vandalism and theft, who resisted arrest and cited "no one saw anything" as proof of her innocence.
 
2014-02-19 06:06:37 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Meisaims: So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.

If he couldn't take care of the dog, then he shouldn't be have it, simple as that.


She could have helped intead of being a thieving biatch.
 
2014-02-19 06:07:17 PM  

angry bunny: I always wonder what the aftermath of these things are.  I mean whenever she posts bond she's going back home.  When these two go out to get the mail and see it each other is it just the most awkward thing in the history of ever or do things get stabby?


Seems to me the guy has nothing to lose by harming her...
 
2014-02-19 06:08:41 PM  
Waterboard the biatch until she tells.
 
2014-02-19 06:57:15 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Meisaims: So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.

If he couldn't take care of the dog, then he shouldn't be have it, simple as that.


"After being diagnosed with cancer in July, he knew he could no longer take care of the dog and had already made plans for him to live with a new owner. " He did not say he couldn't care for the dog at the time, but that he wouldn't be able to as the disease progressed. His friend was scheduled to take possession of the dog three days before it was stolen, according to the article. The dog's health is obviously also an issue, and it had recently had surgery for a neck tumor. The crazy dog thief was identified because 6 weeks after the theft, she took the dog to the same vet, who told her it required further surgery, but she "stormed out" without treating the dog, amidst discussion of its ownership. That was more than a month ago, and she'll only say that the dog is at a veterinary clinic.
 
2014-02-19 07:08:01 PM  
why isnt your dog microchipped? that would have solved all of this, as you can report a dog stolen by the microchip and a vet WILL hold the animal.

you could have avoided some of this, subby.

/never stick your dick in crazy
//hope crazy falls down some stairs.
 
2014-02-19 07:08:58 PM  
I'm confused about the story but regardless of who's right or wrong I feel bad for the dog.
 
2014-02-19 07:10:46 PM  
Is subby the cancer patient or are both parties neighbors of subby?
 
2014-02-19 07:14:38 PM  
Subby didn't say it's his dog. Subby said these are his neighbors.

/Subby also didn't say he's a he, but this is Fark, and there are no women here, so...
 
2014-02-19 07:17:51 PM  

great_tigers: Is subby the cancer patient or are both parties neighbors of subby?


Not sure what's unclear to the people in this thread about the phrase "Subby's neighbors", but if I remember my elementary school English classes, and I think I do, it means they were "neighbors of Subby".
 
2014-02-19 07:21:08 PM  

noblewolf: More here...


I love it when the denier says "You can't prove anything!" My compulsive liar sister used that all the time. It was shorthand for "Yes I did it, but no one saw me. Your move, assholes."

Works all right in a court of law situation, where the full burden is on the accuser, but it also alerts investigators to take a closer look. My sister tried to claim that "nobody saw her" take a fistful of cosmetics from a department store. The video camera came as a complete surprise.
 
2014-02-19 07:26:38 PM  

xtech: why isnt your dog microchipped? that would have solved all of this, as you can report a dog stolen by the microchip and a vet WILL hold the animal.

you could have avoided some of this, subby.

/never stick your dick in crazy
//hope crazy falls down some stairs.


My guess on microchipping, since the dog had been to a vet under its owners care, is that it was an issue of cost (typically around $50), but people have all sorts of reasons. While it's required in most of Europe, where most dogs are microchipped, it's not that common in the US (26% from a 2010 estimate).

My reading of subby's submission is that the dog owner and the dog thief are/were among subby's neighbors (the dog owner is now staying elsewhere).
 
2014-02-19 07:31:07 PM  

peasandcarrots: noblewolf: More here...

I love it when the denier says "You can't prove anything!" My compulsive liar sister used that all the time. It was shorthand for "Yes I did it, but no one saw me. Your move, assholes."

Works all right in a court of law situation, where the full burden is on the accuser, but it also alerts investigators to take a closer look. My sister tried to claim that "nobody saw her" take a fistful of cosmetics from a department store. The video camera came as a complete surprise.


Ah yes, the old "hidden camera" trick.

Had a neighbor take in his just-out-of-meth-rehab nephew to try and get him back on his feet.  Kid was back to tweaking in about a week.  Came home one day to find the shed had been broken into and my lawnmower and some camping equipment was missing.  When I confronted him about it, I got the "You can't prove nuttin!" story as well.

Anyway, cops show up, I show them footage from 3 different security camera's that *clearly* had him as the thief.  Those cameras (mounted right out in the open on each corner of the house) came as a complete surprise to him as well.

/and he still swore he was innocent
//last I heard he was in prison for B&E, so I guess we got lucky
 
2014-02-19 07:34:39 PM  

T Baggins: xtech: why isnt your dog microchipped? that would have solved all of this, as you can report a dog stolen by the microchip and a vet WILL hold the animal.

you could have avoided some of this, subby.

/never stick your dick in crazy
//hope crazy falls down some stairs.

My guess on microchipping, since the dog had been to a vet under its owners care, is that it was an issue of cost (typically around $50), but people have all sorts of reasons. While it's required in most of Europe, where most dogs are microchipped, it's not that common in the US (26% from a 2010 estimate).

My reading of subby's submission is that the dog owner and the dog thief are/were among subby's neighbors (the dog owner is now staying elsewhere).


bad as it is, if subby cant afford a 50$ microchip (its 30/cat in my state), then whats going to happen when fido has a real vet emergency?
 
2014-02-19 07:35:52 PM  
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Awwwwwwww!
 
2014-02-19 07:55:27 PM  
Very few things make me sad. This is one of those time. Would enjoy kicking this lady a couple of times with steel tipped boats (size 16 no less!!) I bet that would get her to give up the whereabouts of Thor.

/was hoping there would have been a picture with subby in the background holding a sign with a shameless Fark plug
 
2014-02-19 08:07:48 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: Meisaims: So from the other link, the woman thought the dog was being abused, was in "deplorable" condition, and she "rescued" it, and the owner admits he was no longer able to care for the dog. I wonder what kind of condition the dog was in when it was stolen. An 8 year old husky with tumors could look pretty rough, I imagine.

Either way, woman is clearly nuts. Hope the man gets his dog back.

If he couldn't take care of the dog, then he shouldn't be have it, simple as that.


I take it you missed the part in the article where he made arrangements for the dog to go to someone else, and that the dog was stolen just three days before that person was to pick it up.

I'm not saying the dog couldn't have been neglected a bit, but I will say that it's clear the owner was doing something about it if he was.
 
2014-02-19 08:14:44 PM  

nytmare: great_tigers: Is subby the cancer patient or are both parties neighbors of subby?

Not sure what's unclear to the people in this thread about the phrase "Subby's neighbors", but if I remember my elementary school English classes, and I think I do, it means they were "neighbors of Subby".


wow! Unnecessary dick of the day award is you!
 
2014-02-19 08:16:24 PM  

xtech: bad as it is, if subby cant afford a 50$ microchip (its 30/cat in my state), then whats going to happen when fido has a real vet emergency?


I didn't mean he couldn't afford it, just that the cost might have been the reason, which I'd guess is true for most US dog owners. Like I can afford $50 truffle-topped hamburgers, but don't buy them because of the cost. And again, subby did not say this was his or her dog (can't tell if y'all are misreading, trolling, or trying to be funny).
 
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