Clark County woman sentenced to 10 days in jail for zip tying, abandoning dog

The Clark County Sheriff's Office is seeking information about a dog that was abandoned Monday, October 26, 2020 in Thorp.

The Clark County Sheriff’s Business office is searching for information and facts about a pet dog that was abandoned Monday, October 26, 2020 in Thorp.

NEILLSVILLE – A 36-year-previous Thorp lady authorities say zip tied a dog’s entrance legs with each other and abandoned it on a highway pleaded no contest Tuesday afternoon to deliberately mistreating an animal.

Clark County Circuit Judge Lyndsey Brunette discovered Jill M. Warminski responsible of misdemeanor mistreating an animal and obstructing an officer. The mistreating an animal cost was lessened from a felony charge of mistreatment of animals.

Brunette sentenced Warminski to 10 times in jail, placed her on one particular year of probation and purchased her to do 15 several hours of local community assistance, shell out expenses and undergo counseling. Brunette also requested Warminski to not personal, possess or teach any animals for four yrs.

According to the prison grievance, on Oct. 26, 2020, a caller described finding a doggy with a zip tie around its front two legs below a bridge guard rail on Pine Highway in Thorp. The person who discovered the doggy took it to a pet groomer, who removed the zip tie from the puppy.

A deputy saw the dog experienced cuts to its entrance paws that ended up deep more than enough that the bones confirmed, according to the grievance. An animal rescuer took the pup to a clinic wherever a veterinarian addressed him and place casts on each its lessen legs, according to the criticism.

When the Clark County Sheriff’s Office posted on social media that deputies have been looking for information about the pet, they have been contacted by folks who claimed they considered the pet dog belonged to Warminski and her husband, in accordance to the criticism.

Witnesses explained to deputies that the Warminski loved ones experienced two puppies – the brown one particular uncovered tied up and a black 1. The two dogs had been from the same litter, according to the complaint.

Students at Thorp Superior University documented that the brown canine belonged to the Warminski family members and that a spouse and children member explained the puppy had been tied up and thrown in a lake, in accordance to the grievance. The family members member reported the puppy experienced long gone to be with its brother.

When officers talked to Warminski, she said she experienced been the 1 to zip tie the pet dog and no 1 else experienced something to do with it, in accordance to the grievance. She explained her young children could not just take treatment of the puppy, she could not pay for to feed it and no just one would consider it. Warminski reported the day she abandoned the puppy, it experienced been jumping and she retained telling it to quit, but she could not make the pet dog behave.

Warminski said she knew what she did was mistaken, and she did not know why she did it, in accordance to the complaint..

Warminski claimed she gave the black canine to an individual else, but she couldn’t remember the person’s previous title. The man or woman later known as officers and said Warminski experienced termed her and requested her to “go over for” Warminski by indicating she experienced taken the black dog, according to the complaint.

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