Somewhere from over the “Rainbow Bridge,” Puppy Doe finally found some justice on Tuesday afternoon. Her abuser was sentenced to eight to ten years in prison. Radoslaw Czerkawski, 36, stood in front of the judge in the courtroom in Dedham, Massachusetts to hear his fate.
According to CBSNews, Czerkawski will serve two years probation following his prison release. He will never be permitted to own, care for, or come in contact with any animal or volunteer where animals are present.
Prosecutors wanted Czerkawski to be sentenced from 10 to 15 years for Puppy Doe’s abuse. His defense attorney asked the court for four to five years. In 2015, he was sentenced to prison for theft and is serving three to five years for stealing from the 95-year-old woman he was hired to care for while she was ill.
Nothing can bring you back sweet puppy, but rest easier – your monster is behind bars.
Read yesterday’s guilty verdict here.
Check out the video from CBSNews here:
Convicted "Puppy Doe" abuser in court for sentencing. Read: https://cbsloc.al/2uqDHMh
Posted by WBZ | CBS Boston on Tuesday, March 27, 2018
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