Florida Man says he stabbed dog for siding with girlfriend in arguments

Mike Lado

LEE COUNTY, Fla. (WFTX) – A Florida man stabbed his girlfriend’s dog, killing it, because he said it always took her side in arguments.

Mike Lado, 26, is facing one charge of animal cruelty, resulting in a death.

According to his arrest report, Lado had been out drinking for several hours and returned home and began arguing with his girlfriend. Full Story ⤳

Jacksonville Racing Greyhounds Test Positive for Cocaine

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ORANGE PARK, FL – Jacksonville greyhound trainer Charles McClellan had his license suspended after 12 dogs tested positive for cocaine. He has since lost his job, and is scheduled for a hearing on August 23.

The dogs were racers at Bestbet Orange Park, just south of Jacksonville, in Clay County.

Out of the 19 tracks open in the United States, 12 of them are in Florida. Most other states, 40 to be exact, have outlawed dog racing. Here in the good-ol-boy south we still race dogs… and fill them with yayo just to add that extra Florida edge. Full Story ⤳

Immunity For Cop Who Raided Wrong Home, Shot Man’s Dog As It Ran Away

Wilson Almendarez

A Florida police officer responsible for killing a man’s dog after he entered the wrong apartment in a botched raid committed no rights violations and is entitled to immunity, a federal court has ruled.

According to a federal lawsuit, Officer Michael McBride was one of six Hollywood police officers and two Broward Sheriff’s deputies that were following up on a tip in January 2015 that a robbery suspect might be hiding in an apartment complex.

Unaware that a man inside, David Jimenez, went by the same nick name as the robbery suspect, the cops asked residents if they knew a man named “Flaco.” The officers never mentioned the real name of the man they were looking for, Francisco Quintana. Full Story ⤳