33 Dogs and Two Children Reportedly Found With Guns, Drugs, Dog-Fighting Equipment, and No Food Deserve Justice

Target: State Attorney, Bruce Bartlett, Pinellas and Pasco Counties
Goal: Prosecute man accused of abusing 33 pit bulls and two children to the fullest extent of the law.

Thirty-three pit bulls, including multiple puppies, and two children, were reportedly rescued from a terrifying home that had guns, drugs, and no food. The man accused of this horrible abuse has been arrested and is facing possible prosecution. We are asking the prosecutor to pursue the maximum penalty in this case.

According to reports, law enforcement responded to the man’s home after they received a complaint about dogs barking at the residence. When deputies arrived at the home, they reportedly discovered countless handmade kennels in the backyard, dog-fighting equipment, guns, ammo, and cocaine. And what they didn’t find, apparently, was food for the children.

The two children, both younger than 14, were apparently in the home without food or supplies. Authorities confiscated all of the dogs, placed the children in protective services, and arrested the man suspected to be responsible for this alleged abuse.

The suspect has been charged with three dozen crimes, including felony child neglect, aggravated cruelty to animals, animal cruelty, cocaine possession and felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Unfortunately, bail was set at $157,000, but so far, the accused has been unable to post it. Justice must be served in this case.


Dear State Attorney, Bruce Bartlett,

A man was recently arrested in your jurisdiction for the alleged abuse of 33 dogs and 2 children. According to reports, deputies responded to the man’s house after they received a noise complaint. Upon investigation, they apparently discovered evidence of dog-fighting, illegal weapons and drugs, and two children without food or supplies.

If the above allegations are true, this man should face a very lengthy prison sentence. Animal abuse and child abuse are some of the most serious crimes, and are often taken too lightly by prosecuting attorneys. Don’t allow this man to get away with these alleged crimes. Please seek the maximum penalty in this case.

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office


  1. Vergie Jurica says:

    Why doesn’t the US prosecute these monsters who abuse children and animals??? It will NEVER stop until they are punished SEVERELY!!!

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  2. Aniaml abusers must ahev the death penalty implemented and nothing less!

  3. Jim+Takahashi says:

    Typically AmeriKKKan!

  4. Human depravity=human scum…a bullet will cure all ills indeed.

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