Boynton Beach man snagged on video punching his dog at park

In Boynton Beach, Florida, an investigation is currently underway after a video showed a man punching a dog at Intracoastal Park on Sunday morning. The leashed dog named Adi, (short for Addison) had been walking with a man when the man stopped, punched the dog with his fist twice and then slapped the defenseless pooch again.

Animal Abuse in Boynton

The dog has been seized ! Thank god. She is at pbc acc and because there is now an investigation , no details can be released any further. Once we have details , we will update here. **Addison CAN be returned to her owner pending outcome of investigation. Let’s hope she isn’t and we hope justice is served. #JusticeforAddisonLate evening update : The director of PBC ACC responded to us about an hour ago , when she could have waited until tomorrow and said her team will be talking to the states attorney about this. Thank you Diane! Update : Dog is not being removed. Officer on the case said it’s not a felony to punch a dog. Hopefully through education , that changes. While Florida laws suck , Ponces Law is in effect here. ⚠️Disturbing Video⚠️This happened this morning in BOYNTON BEACH , Fl. ( Palm Beach County ) We have personally spoke to the animal cruelty unit at BBPD to tell them WE WILL TAKE THIS BABY. They are opening an investigation but not sure anything can be done. License plate # BMI B50. TIME TO BE HEARD. This has got to stop. We did not record this ••No bashing the person recording ! They have evidence & a tag # thankfully

Posted by Mutty Paws Rescue on Sunday, September 27, 2020

According to Mutty Paws Rescue,  police took custody of  Adi and took it over to Palm Beach Animal Care and Control. The two-year-old is a female pit bull/Labrador mix.

Sunday evening update:

“Addison CAN be returned to her owner pending outcome of investigation. Let’s hope she isn’t and we hope justice is served,” the rescue organization posted on their Facebook page.

The Boynton Beach Police Department’s investigator Liz Roehrich issued the following statement on Monday morning:

“I will do my absolute best to pursue justice for this innocent animal,” said Roehrich, who has served as the department’s animal cruelty investigator for 28 years. “We will always investigate acts of animal abuse and neglect in the city.”
In addition, Roehrich will be performing a welfare check at the man’s home to ensure the safety of his other animals.
We will provide further information on this investigation as soon as it becomes available. Thank you for your continued patience as we take the necessary time and care required to investigate this thoroughly.”

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2 replies
  1. Diana Rowell says:

    How do you people in Florida sleep at night? YOU allow CORRUPT police, animal control, senators, house reps, governors, etc. to conduct ruthless, sadistic acts AGAINST EVERY LIVING ENTITY in your putrid state. This is NOT a sunshine state, it’s FULL OF BLOOD from ALL the murders, animals being gutted on private property. I say allow it because you keep the SAME CORRUPT VILE THUGS in office, year after year and DO NOTHING to improve ANYTHING. ALL YOU CARE ABOUT IS TOURISM MONEY. HOW anyone can go to this state FULL OF NAZI pukes and spend money to support these EGREGIOUS criminals is also astounding. PLEASE QUIT TAKING VACATIONS THERE AND TELL THEM WHY. THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHER BEACH STATES TO GO TO, for God’s sake take a stand.

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