City prosecutors asked the judge to dismissed the misdemeanor charge filed against Angelo Sullo, and the judge agreed.
“That’s all I ever wanted, was to get my boy back,” Gallagher said.
Because Sullo refused to tell Gallagher where her dog was, she was forced to walk around town posting flyers for information about her stolen dog. She filed a police report and thankfully she lives in a town where this type of crime is taken seriously (rather than telling her it was a civil matter and to sue him in civil court).
Sullo refused to tell the judge or police where the dog was. However, police eventually found the dog, but the family that had him refused to return him - even though they were told the circumstances of the incident, that Sullo had illegally sold/given away Pvt. Gallagher's dog and that they were in possession of stolen property.
Buck was returned to her family members last month. Gallagher is expected home from military training in April.
(Fox8 - March 7, 2017)
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