Animal Control Officer in New Jersey Arrested and 37 Dogs Confiscated

Mocobizscene-  The customer who was worried contacted the police the next day to inform them about the dog.

According to a report by Patch News, the Mahwah Police Department stated that they received a call from a customer who had boarded their dog at Aranwood Kennel. As the customer was picking up their beloved pet, they heard the sound of whimpering coming from the outside dumpster.

The dog was quickly taken to a nearby animal hospital, as confirmed by authorities. However, they have not provided any updates on the dog’s condition at this time.

The investigation into the incident uncovered that the dog had been surrendered by its previous owner to the Irvington Police. As the animal control officer for Irvington, Dubarton was entrusted with the care of the dog.

The Mahwah Police Department released a statement regarding the situation, stating that the dogs have been thoroughly examined and are currently in the care of local dog rescues. It was also mentioned that Mr. Dubarton, who was an animal control officer for various jurisdictions in New Jersey, has been contacted and informed about the incident at the facility.

The court appearance for Dubarton is scheduled for March 8. A New Jersey Animal Control Officer has been arrested after 37 dogs were seized. This incident has raised concerns about the welfare of animals in the area. The details surrounding the arrest and the condition of the dogs have not been released at this time.

The situation is currently under investigation, and authorities are working to ensure the safety and well-being of the animals involved. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of proper care and treatment for animals, and the need for responsible individuals in positions of authority.

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