Navy veteran’s therapy dog found, woman arrested

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A Navy veteran’s missing therapy dog has been found. The dog, named Ladybug, disappeared when her owner’s 2008 Dodge Caliber was stolen in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Saint Paul Police Department had reached out to the public for assistance in locating the missing dog on Thursday – shortly thereafter, the department Tweeted that Ladybug had been found, an arrest was made:

Saint Paul Police Department
Good news! We found Ladybug.

Someone saw a story about her, then saw the stolen vehicle and called 911. Officers showed up and found Ladybug inside the stolen Dodge Caliber, along with a 33-year-old woman. Ladybug was returned home, the woman arrested.

Thank you, Saint Paul!

Ladybug’s owner, James Booth, thought that he would never see his dog again, and is grateful to be reunited with his four-legged friend. He told KARE 11 News:

“She’s my best friend.”

Original story here.

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1 reply
  1. Diana Rowell says:

    What a STELLAR example of how communities ought to come together for the common good. GREAT job St. Paul…color of skin didn’t matter, political party didn’t matter, level of wealth didn’t matter, neighborhood didn’t matter, gender didn’t matter, and police did their job by the book. Thank you St. Paul police department for SHOWING the rest of the country how to do your job right and with honor.


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