An arrest report says former JSO Assistant Chief Robert Drummond deserted the canine as a result of it was outdated, blind and defecating in the home.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Former Jacksonville Sheriff’s Workplace Assistant Chief Robert Drummond waived his first court docket look Friday following his arrest on animal cruelty expenses.
A police report launched Friday alleges that Drummond deserted his canine after making an attempt to get the animal euthanized. Drummond instructed officers the vet was “taking too lengthy” and he determined to go away, the report says.
Drummond was looking for euthanasia for the canine attributable to “her age, being blind, deaf, and going to the lavatory in the home,” in accordance with the report.
Sources instructed First Coast Information the canine was left in a dumpster. The report is closely redacted and doesn’t point out the place the canine was discovered, solely that it was found “behind Krystal quick meals restaurant at 5808 Normandy Blvd.” on Monday by a “transient particular person.”
The report says the particular person’s identification is “unknown” however that “he discovered water and started dumping it on [the dog] to chill her down. He discovered a small bowl and supplied her water, after which he known as the police.”
The report says Animal Care and Protecting Providers responded and located a medium-sized white/brown/tan feminine canine with no collar or tags that “gave the impression to be a senior and superior in years.”
Animal Management was capable of finding the canine’s microchip, and discover the canine’s alleged proprietor, Drummond.
“It must be famous that the vet at Aspca acknowledged that Sheeba had a great high quality of life aside from being outdated Sheeba had no medical points,” the report says.
The decide at first look court docket set his bond at $2,503 and ordered him to don’t have any contact with animals. His subsequent court docket date is June 17.