Man caught on camera trying to dump dog at Denver shelter cited for animal …

Man caught on camera trying to dump dog at Denver shelter cited for animal …
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Areal Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 6:21PM MDT expiring May 29 at 9:30PM MDT in effect for: Grand, Jackson

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 4:21PM MDT expiring May 29 at 10:21PM MDT in effect for: Rio Blanco

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 3:57PM MDT expiring May 29 at 9:57PM MDT in effect for: Mesa

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 3:57PM MDT expiring May 29 at 9:57PM MDT in effect for: Mesa

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 3:37PM MDT expiring May 29 at 8:31PM MDT in effect for: Eagle

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 3:37PM MDT expiring May 29 at 8:31PM MDT in effect for: Eagle

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 2:31PM MDT expiring May 29 at 8:31PM MDT in effect for: Eagle

Flood Warning issued May 28 at 1:42PM MDT expiring May 30 at 3:41PM MDT in effect for: Routt

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 12:10PM MDT expiring May 29 at 6:01PM MDT in effect for: Larimer

Flood Advisory issued May 28 at 10:12AM MDT expiring June 2 at 12:00PM MDT in effect for: Weld

Flood Warning issued May 28 at 10:00AM MDT expiring May 29 at 9:00AM MDT in effect for: Weld

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WFTV speaks to man who lived in home of Apopka dog-fighting bust
Article from WFTV Orlando:
APOPKA, Fla. —

Twenty-six people were arrested as authorities closed in on what they said was a sophisticated dog-fighting ring in Apopka.

Investigators said when the ring was broken up Tuesday night, the dogs’ owners abandoned them in cars and crates or let them loose in the neighborhood. Puppies were found in cages as well.

“I do not understand and will never understand who can get pleasure out of the cruelty of that,” said Sgt. Kim Walsh of the Apopka Police Department.

Channel 9 learned a confidential informant told police the dog-fighting ring would travel throughout central Florida and the group would allegedly coordinate fights through social media.

Between 25-40 people fled into the neighborhood on Seventh Street, but officers were able to arrest 26 suspects.

“We’ve had seven transported tonight, four of them with Taser deployments. One of them was apprehended by an Apopka K-9, and then several others were for other illnesses related to their attempts to flee,” said Walsh.

Apopka police said they’ve been investigating the dog-fighting ring for several months.

Channel 9’s Steve Barrett got an inside look at the alleged dog-fighting operation.

Apopka police allowed WFTV to see the conditions that the animals were forced to live in before the 24 dogs were rescued.

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