Puppies and jail… the perfect storm *

This comes from the Whittier Daily News’ new blog, “Whittier Dispatch.” Enjoy:

17478-puppiesinjail-thumb-300x200.jpgDeputy Donald Naslund was flagged down this morning by a citizen who found six newborn puppies.
The still-wet puppies were behind a Dumpster at the 76 gas station at Fullerton and Colima roads in Rowland Heights, according to Sgt. Thomas Wilson.
Naslund brought the little furballs to the sheriff’s Industry Station
at 150 Hudson Ave. in Industry.
“They’re being cleaned and fed by the jailer,” Wilson said.

*(actual dogs not pictured here)


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  • Jenny

    Frank.. got any info on what happened in Walnut today?

    I got this email from the principal:


    Message sent – 10/10/2008
    lock down

    Good afternoon. This is Mrs. Arzola, Principal of C.J. Morris. As some of you may know, this morning there was police activity in a home a few blocks from our school. Helicopters and patrol cars were dispatched. As a precautionalry measure, we implemented a lock-down and brought our students in from recess. Throughout the incident, we were in contact with both the Walnut Valley Sherriff’s Station and the West Covina Police Department. At approximately 11:00a.m., 30 minutes later, Watch Commander, Tolich, of the West Covina Police Department informed us that the incident was contained and we isssued an all-clear.

    I just wanted to reassure you that throughout the incident, our students were safe and secure and the lock-down was merly a precautionary measure. The staff at C.J. Morris is well-trained in safety proceedures. We take great pride in ensuring our school is a safe place.

    Thank you for helping us to make it happen. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to give me a call.

    Thank you.