February 28, 2012
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The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has charged Kisha Curtis with four counts of animal cruelty.
Society spokesman Frank Saracino told The Star-Ledger of Newark the 28-year-old could face up to six months in jail, a $1,000 fine or community service if convicted.
A custodian found the red pit bull mix, who has been named Patrick, in a trash bag on March 16.
The dog was taken to Garden State Veterinary Specialists in Tinton Falls, where it was determined the dog was severely anemic and malnourished.
Doctors say Patrick will be put up for adoption if he continues to improve and recovers.
Information from: Asbury Park Press, http://www.app.com
Ah, shoot! Man ends up naked, stuck in trash chute escape. Backed up trash saves life.
Police say he threatened roommate with knife, dived into chute when officers arrived
HONOLULU; Honolulu emergency crews rescued a naked man from a trash chute of a Waikiki apartment building early Thursday morning. The call to 911 was made just before 4 a.m. A man living on the seventh floor of 1717 Ala Wai Blvd. called police to report that his roommate, who he said had been drinking heavily, physically assaulted him and threatened him with a knife.
When officers arrived, the suspect ran and jumped into the trash chute. He lost his shorts on the way down and was stopped by the trash that had piled up to the third floor, police said.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Trying to unclog a blocked garbage chute inside the Smith Tower apartment building turned a Vancouver man's world upside-down for several scary minutes on Sunday.
Shortly before 3:40 p.m., a 74-year-old resident fell into the chute on the 10th floor of the downtown building, said Jim Flaherty, spokesman for the Vancouver Fire Department.
Firefighters rushed from Station 82 to find the man face down in the chute, with only the bottom part of his legs exposed and his wife holding on for dear life.
"He had apparently been trying to dislodge cardboard or something, kept leaning in and finally, went in," Flaherty said.
"Our belief is that he would have gone straight down (the 10-floor drop)," Flaherty said.
Three firefighters arrived within five minutes, Flaherty said. They called for more help, but then quickly took matters into their own hands.
Understandably, the man was upset at his situation.
"He started to kick and flail, his pants fell down," Flaherty said.
The firefighters told him to twist one arm up, the other down, then firmly pulled him out.
The ordeal lasted about eight minutes from the emergency call, Flaherty said. The victim emerged scraped and bruised, but no worse for wear after firefighters checked him out.
Flaherty declined to give the man's name.
The man refused medical transport. "I think he had enough," Flaherty said.
"Can't say we've had one of those before," he added.
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