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Dog Shooting/Missing Dog
Update 4/11/17 - It was previously reported that the Queen Anne’s County Animal Control located Cookie’s body near the pond on Bateau Drive in Stevensville.
A necropsy was performed which determined the exact cause of death as a gunshot to the head.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-756-2587. A reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to an arrest.
Update 3/24/17- With great sadness, Cookie was found today and had passed away. Cookie was discovered near the pond on Bateau Road in Stevensville. The investigation is continuing into her death. Queen Anne’s County Animal Control would like to thank the citizens of Queen Anne’s County for their help with this incident and spreading the word. If anyone has any information they are asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-756-2587. A reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to an arrest.
STEVENSVILLE - On Tuesday March 14, 2017 Queen Anne’s County Animal Control Responded to the 2000 block of Love Point Rd in Stevensville for a report of an 11 month old German Shepherd that had been shot and another German Shepherd that was missing.
Upon arrival, it was determined the dogs “Scar & Cookie” had gone missing from their home at approximately 7:30 a.m. March 13. The owner reported that just after dark on March 13, Scar, the 11 month old brown brindle German shepherd mix, was found on the family's rear patio with an injury to the head. The owner transported the injured dog to Anne Arundel Emergency Vet and it was later determined that Scar had suffered a gunshot wound to the left bridge of the nose. Scar’s condition is stable at this time. His sister Cookie is still missing and is described by the owner as an 11 month old German shepherd mix with a grey brindle coat with a body structure more like a greyhound. Cookie was last seen wearing two red collars, one of which is a shock type collar.
Anyone with information on the shooting or the whereabouts of Cookie is asked to contact Queen Anne's County Animal Control Officer Leonard at 410-758-2393.