Caught On Camera

Caught On Camera

HOUSTON – A woman in Texas was caught on a security camera snatching her neighbor's dog and dumping it into a trash bin. The woman, believed to be in her 80s, put a recycling bin on top of the trash bin to make sure the dog couldn't get out. The dog was left in the bin for an hour or two until the woman removed the dog, after realizing that her actions had been caught on camera, according to KHOU.
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Caught On Camera

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Caught On Camera

Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon” lets viewers in on the hijinks captured by the unblinking eyes of cell phones, dash cams, security cameras, news crews and camcorders around the world.   This riveting new series is storytelling at its best, providing a first-person account of what’s happening on-screen from those who lived it, recorded it and saw it happen, as told in their own words.
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Caught On Camera

A Texas woman made enemies of her neighbors after she was caught on camera tossing their dog in the trash. The footage captured on another neighbor’s home surveillance cameras in League City shows the elderly woman throwing 7-pound Bentley in a trash bin. Police said she removed the pooch from the receptacle after noticing she was being filmed. The dog’s owner said she was “outraged” when she saw how her neighbor treated her pet. “In a trash can, in the middle of the day, a hot, closed, confined space, there’s no need for a dog to be put in a place like that,” Amanda, who declined to use her last name, told news station KHOU. According to the owner, she and her husband had gotten into some disagreements with the neighbor over the fence between their properties. The dog escaped under the wire fence on the day that the woman retaliated with the trash can. “The fact that her answer to this was to put a 7-pound dog and put him in a trash can, it’s rather cruel or no thought at all, either way it’s ridiculous,” Amanda said. Police said the elderly neighbor isn’t expected to be charged, according to the Houston Chronicle. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleLinkedInWhatsAppEmailCopy
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It wasn’t until that day in March, when she was driving after snorting what she thought was cocaine, that she received her final warning — recorded on camera for the world to see. The drug was likely laced with fentanyl. Within minutes, Henry’s life began to slip away.