Six-year-old Vanna Young will give a picture of the puppy she colored on Wednesday to a police officer who helped rescue the same dog under the Spruce Street Bridge in Sioux Misik later that day.
SAULT STE. Marie Mitch – Sault Ste. Marie Police Officer Tyler Knowsen and her fiancée Josie Whipple welcomed new additions to the family home on Friday morning…meet the cloves. prize.
Clove is a very energetic 10-week-old puppy who looks almost identical to a black and brown photo colored by 6-year-old Vanna Young at Washington Elementary School’s after-school program on Wednesday, November 16, 2022.
Little did she know, the pup was to be rescued later that same night by officers Andrew Selke and Knowsen.
Her mother, Lisa Young, got the news that she knew the photos were for the pup’s new parents.
“It was weird that he looked like the puppy in the picture,” said Young.
Her other daughter, Eva Young, attends fourth grade at Lincoln Elementary School. She also colored a drawing of a puppy. The sisters delivered the photos to the new puppy’s parents, her Nousen and Whipple, at the city’s police station Monday night.
Clove attended to greet the girls with warm, wet kisses.
“I thought it would be cool to meet Clove and I wanted to give the photo to the cops as well,” Eva Young said.
Knowsen felt the love and support of the community when she saw photos of collar puppies.
“They are definitely hanging somewhere in our house,” he told them.
After receiving a call from Dave and Jennifer Corbiere, city police officers retrieved the cloves. Rrrick’s Pawn, Consignment & Auction House A puppy was trapped under the Spruce Street Bridge.
They were reported to have heard wailing in the rapids below as they hung their Christmas lights.
“I was called out to by a dog that was thrown from a bridge,” says Nosen. “My partner Selke arrived first and observed the dog on the side of the canal.
Meanwhile, Knowsen keeps the puppy away from the river.
The temperature on Wednesday evening was around 20 degrees. The water temperature in the St. Marys River was about 30 degrees.
“I picked up the puppy and handed it over to Officer Garrett Markstrom,” Selke said.
The dog was taken to the Chippewa County Animal Shelter for examination. She was considered healthy.
“I went to ask if I could pick her up at 11 a.m. on Thursday when the shelter opened,” Nousen said. “I picked her up on Friday.”
His fiancée was “shocked”.
“We were talking about getting a puppy,” said Whipple, who teaches first grade at a school in the Brimley area. “I was thinking about the summer when I wasn’t working. I came home to her and she was there.”
Whipple happily welcomed a new “lucky” member, now known as Clove.
The Sault Ste. Marie Police Department issued the following press release on the evening of Monday, November 21st.
Sue Ste Marie Police Department
“This release provides an update on the Animal Cruelty Investigation posted on the Sault Ste. Marie Police Department Facebook page on November 17, 2022.
Two people, one adult and one minor, were formally charged in the case.
Adult Jasmine Ellis Clark was charged with a third-degree felony, a felony punishable by up to four years in prison, a fine of up to $5,000, and a penalty of up to 500 hours of community service. Clark said he was indicted in the 91st District Court on November 18 and given a bond of $10,000.
The juvenile, whose name will not be released, has been referred to the 50th Circuit Court (Juvenile Court). All people are innocent until proven guilty in court.
November 16, 2022, Sault Ste. The Murray Police Department recovered an abandoned puppy that had been dropped over the Spruce Street Bridge railing.
The pup had been dropped a few feet in a fenced area on the banks of the Cloverland Power Canal. The water in the fence and canal was flowing so fast that the puppy could not escape.
The temperature was in the late 20’s. An officer from the Sioux Police Department crouched across the bridge into a fenced area with puppies. The fence was high, so this officer lifted the puppy over his head and handed it to another Sioux Police Department officer who was waiting on the bridge above. The puppy was found unharmed.
It was put in a warm police car and taken to Souste. Murray Police Station before being handed over to Chippewa County Animal Shelter.
Officers at the Sioux Police Station found video surveillance footage of the incident and were able to establish who was responsible with the help of the community through social media. As a result, the indictment was approved by the Chippewa County Attorney’s Office. Suspect is cooperative.
The puppy was later taken in by one of the Sioux Police Department officers who helped rescue him. “
For inquiries regarding this release, please contact Wesley L. Bierling Chief – (906) 632-5744 / [email protected]