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Puppy incites crime PDF Print
Written by Lauren Ohnesorge   
Tuesday, 12 June 2007 19:33
Sheriff’s deputies in Wilkes County have arrested a Thurmond teenager after a disagreement over a puppy.
Jason Richardson of Elkin told police his 7-year-old son found a puppy in the front yard. Believing the puppy to be a stray, he granted his son permission to keep the animal. Minutes later, however, he heard his son screaming in the living room. Richardson alleged he found 17-year-old Jennifer Kelsey Blevins walking out his front door, puppy in tow. The teenager claimed the puppy belonged to her, and left the premises. When questioned by police she admitted opening the front door, but not to entering the residence. Blevins was served with a misdemeanor breaking and entering warrant nonetheless.
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