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Thursday, Jul 21, 2005
Alleged: Conrad Laframboise
Conrad Laframboise, 63, of Sudbury was charged October 3, 2005 with four counts under the Criminal Code of Canada, including on two separate occasions placing poison where it could be consumed by animals, poisoning a dog, and causing unnecessary pain and suffering to a dog.
On July 21, 2005 a dalmation named Marshall, visiting in the Espanola-area with his owners, began experiencing severe seizures and symptoms - including excessive drinking and weakness in his hind end - that suggested the dog had been poisoned. The owner took Marshall to a local veterinary clinic where he was examined and found to be non-responsive.
Due to the dog's severe condition and the veterinarian's grave prognosis, the owner decided that the only humane choice was to euthanize Marshall. Later test results confirmed the dog had been poisoned.
Conrad Laframboise is scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice, Sudbury, December 2, 2005.
- OSPCA - December 1, 2005
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