19 Pacifiers Removed From Stomach of Dog That Swallowed Them
BOSTON (AP) – A Boston veterinary hospital got quite a surprise recently when a family brought in their bulldog after he stopped eating.
The Angell Animal Medical Center found 19 baby pacifiers in the dog’s stomach.
It started in April when the Wellesley family noticed that their 3-year-old dog, Mortimer, started getting nauseous before meals. His owner, Emily Shanahan, brought Mortimer to the vet, who prescribed medicine to take care of the issue.
But it didn’t help and Mortimer eventually stopped eating entirely.
Shanahan went to Angell, where they took an X-ray and discovered the pacifiers.
Vets think Mortimer had been taking the pacifiers from Shanahan’s two children over the course of months.
The pacifiers were removed without surgery and Mortimer has fully recovered and is back at home.
Caught Red-Handed Stealing Neighbor’s Surveillance Camera
HAUGHTON, La. (AP) – Louisiana authorities say a burglar effectively caught himself red-handed, unwittingly livestreaming his theft of a neighbor’s new surveillance camera.
The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office says the neighbor watched the crime unfold in real time, and recognized the culprit as 43-year-old Franklin Welzbacher Jr.
A sheriff’s statement says the stolen camera also showed things inside Welzbacher’s house.
Sheriff’s spokesman Bill Davis said Tuesday that Welzbacher told deputies he had permission to borrow a paint brush, but had nothing to say when asked about the camera.
His bond was set at $10,000 on a simple burglary charge. Davis said he doesn’t know whether Welzbacher has an attorney who could speak for him.
Police: Man Faked Heart Attack While Accomplice Robbed Store
MALDEN, Mass. (AP) – Police say a man faked a heart attack in a Massachusetts convenience store while his accomplice hopped over the counter to steal money from the register.
Malden police on social media say they responded to the store Sunday afternoon on reports of a theft.
Officers were told two white men entered together. Witnesses told police one “faked a heart attack” while the other grabbed the cash.
Both suspects then fled. Police are looking for them.
Police say that in addition to holding both men accountable for the robbery, they also want to make sure the suspect’s “ ‘heart problems’ have been taken care of by a medical professional.”
Police posted surveillance video and images of the men, hoping the public will help identify them.