Three Dogs Reportedly Cooked to Death in Hot Car Deserve Justice

Target: Timothy D. Sini, District Attorney for Suffolk County, New York

Goal: Punish the man who allegedly left six dogs inside of a car for 11 hours on a hot day, leading to the death of three.

Three dogs died after they were allegedly left in a hot car for more than 11 hours. Reportedly locked in cages, the dogs had no means of escape from the deadly heat. The dogs’ owner reportedly told police that he had nowhere else to put them while he went to work. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.

Two witnesses contacted the Suffolk County Police Department to report six Rottweilers trapped inside of an SUV in the parking lot of a shopping center. When police arrived, they reportedly pulled three dead dogs and three suffering dogs from the extremely hot car. The dogs had been locked in cages, police confirmed, and the temperature reached 90 degrees outside of the car. Per witnesses, the car’s windows were completely closed, and the engine was turned off.

The surviving dogs were taken to the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter for evaluation and treatment. Carmine Dapruzzo has been charged with animal cruelty, and he will be arraigned at a later date. Sign below and demand that Dapruzzo receive the maximum penalty possible by law, if convicted.


Dear District Attorney Sini,

Three dogs died and three more suffered when they were allegedly locked inside of a hot car for over 11 hours. The temperature reportedly reached 90 degrees outside, and the car became like an oven. We demand justice for these innocent dogs.

Suffolk County police arrested Carmine Dapruzzo on charges of animal cruelty after he allegedly kept six Rottweilers inside of an SUV on a hot day. Police reportedly pulled three dead dogs from locked cages inside of the car, and three more showed signs of distress. The car was not left running, police stated, and none of the windows were rolled down. Rescuers took the three surviving dogs to the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter for evaluation. Dapruzzo will be arraigned at a later date.

These dogs suffered a terrible death, and the person responsible must be punished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.


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  1. Attorney Sini, taxpayers demand justice for these dogs! All animal ownership must be banned for life! This man cannot own an animal. Please prosecute accordingly.

    • LeAnn Martinez says:

      I so agree LAWS need to be changed give this guy LIFE in PRISON for leaving these poor animals in a hot car with no water.. So sad!!!
      Start making an example of these idiots

  2. Brainless dead-beat!
    Why have pets when not being able to look after them properly.
    That moron should not ever be allowed to one another pet.
    Hopefully he will never have kids!

  3. Carmine Dapruzzo should be locked in a car with the windows rolled up until his arraignment date…if he survives that long.

  4. Why this poor excuse of a human even have pets?
    Throw him in a hot car and lock him up in a cage!

  5. Lisa Allred says:

    A real P. O. S.❗️😠
    Signed & Shared 🤬

  6. How many times does this have to be told to people over and over and over?????? You don’t leave animals or children in hot cars. Even 70 degrees is too hot and cars heat up real fast. Too bad it was not their owmer instead. Dogs are smarter than he is.

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