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Sunday, May 30, 2010County: Fairbanks North Star
Alleged: Blair Fredrick Lawless
Case Updates: 1 update(s) available
An 18-year-old Alaska man faces charges after he was accused of letting a sled dog and two chickens die of thirst, then stealing a car and gun from the homeowner who paid him to care for the animals.
Alaska State Troopers said Blair Fredrick Lawless was charged with felony counts of vehicle theft and theft, four misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty and one count of misdemeanor criminal mischief.
Troopers were called to a Fairbanks man's home May 30 after he found the dead animals among his 12 other sled dogs and other chickens, all without water for several days when temperatures were in the 70s.
The homeowner also found his car and a .357-caliber revolver had been stolen.
Lawless was arrested during a traffic stop in Glennallen.
|Bail has been set at $10,000 for a man accused of abandoning 13 sled dogs and seven chickens he had been paid to watch at a Fairbanks home.|
1 of the sled dogs and two chickens were found dead from neglect when the homeowner returned May 30.
Blair Lawless, originally from the village of Gakona, was arraigned in Fairbanks District Court on charges of theft, vehicle theft, animal cruelty and criminal mischief.
Alaska State Troopers say the 18-year-old was arrested following a traffic stop in Glennallen. He was in a car reported stolen by the homeowner.
|Source: ktuu.com - Jun 19, 2010|
Update posted on Jun 22, 2010 - 2:04PM
- Anchorage Daily News - June 18, 2010
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