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Nassau SPCA Announces Arrest for Bail Jumping in Relation to Cruelty to Animals

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The Nassau County SPCA announces the arrest of Gregory Bagwell, 70 of Glen Head, NY for Bail Jumping 3rd Degree, a misdemeanor. 

Bagwell was attested May 9, 2019 for bail jumping in relation to being charged on December 29, 2018, with Torturing or Injuring Animals/Failure to Provide Sustenance. Last year Nassau County SPCA Detective visited his Glen Head home and found female black brown white brindle pitbull mix named “Casey”, approximately 5 years old with little or no use of her hind legs. There was a noticeable large open sore on her left rear leg, the Casey appeared underweight, and there was an odor emanating from Casey. The Casey also appeared to have diarrhea and because of the injury to her hind legs, the excrement was being transferred from the floor to her hair and skin. 

Gregory Bagwell was processed by the Nassau County Police and Nassau County District Attorney’s Animal Crimes Unit. He was arraigned May 9, 2019, in First District Court in Hempstead, NY and held on $5000.00 bond

The charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless found guilty

Casey Still Needs a Forever Home

Casey recently lost her foster home and we are desperately looking for a new home

Casey is a 5-year-old pitbull mix who is extremely smart, funny and sweet. She loves finding comfy spots to lay on especially ones where she can soak up the sun. Casey is a special needs dog and requires the use of diapers and a cart (her “chariot”) to get about..but not for long. Casey wants a loving home with a person willing to give her the love she needs. If you are that person please call the Nassau County SPCA at 516-THE-SPCA.

Casey 5-9

Casey Learning to Walk Again

To Report Animal Cruelty call 516-THE-SPCA, email

  crueltystoppers@ncspca.us or use our online form

  If are reporting an emergency, or that an animal is it about to be imminently injured or killed,

CALL 911 and request immediate police response.

Visit

www.nassaucountyspca.org

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