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Name: Christopher DUNBAR
Gender: Male   Race: Caucasian
DOB: 07/28/1987   Age: 35
Height: 6ft2in   Weight: 175
Hair: Brown   Eyes: Hazel
Case: SPD NCU-4 22-162578 XRef 4103574
Wanted For: Malicious Maiming of an animal; Petty theft with a prior offense - arrested 7-23-22
Wanted As Of: 07/20/2022
On June 11, 2022, Dunbar was seen hitting and kicking a dog, as well as throwing it against a wall.  His last address was General Delivery in Sacramento.
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Four geese have been shot with an illegal blow dart in the at a pond near Truxel Road in the Natomas area. Wildlife experts say it’s a disturbing trend that seems to be growing.

Blow darts are illegal.  The darts have razor edges.  The crime is punished by fines in the State of California.

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Name: NEW PHOTOS Unknown Suspect - Dog shot
Case: SPD Case # 21-283989 CS 20-033
Wanted As Of: 10/15/2021
On October 3, 2021, at around 12:30 pm in the area of Rock Creek Way along Morrison Creek, a subject shot through a chain link fence at a 5-month-old dog in a back yard.  The dog suffered severe pain and internal damage.   The dog has since died.
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On December 28, 2020, Placer County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 6600-block of Crown Point Vista in Granite Bay, for a report of suspicious circumstances.

When the deputies arrived at the home, later confirmed to be vacant, they observed 18 abandoned puppies. 15 puppies had been living inside a closet, with several blankets and food. Deputies also observed a water bowl in the center of the room. There was a considerable amount of urine and feces throughout the home, indicating the puppies were not being cared for.
Placer County Animal Control officers were called to rescue the puppies and take them to Placer County Animal Services in Auburn. The puppies are currently on a stray hold and being evaluated, but we hope they will all find loving homes in the new year!
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