Attemted Murder of a Police Officer, Robbery, Attempted Robbery
REWARDThe FBI is offering a reward of up to $50,000 and EICU is offering an additional $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual who committed this bank robbery.
• Dark gray 4-door Nissan Maxima
• Dark tinted windows
• Stock chrome wheels
• Possibly had an Arizona license plate with a plastic plate cover on the front and a California license plate on the rear (Chino)
• In the Vacaville case, the license plate was covered.
• Reddish-orange Jeep Liberty or Patriot SUV
• Possibly had an out of state license plate with a prominent blue colored stripe across the top of the license plate.
• Rear tire was mounted and the cover had some type of design similar in color and shape to a Banner Bank logo.
• Dark blue sedan
• Tinted windows
• Red and blue license plate
Why Spay or Neuter your Pet?
You won’t be part of the overpopulation problem: For every human born, there are 15 dogs and 45 cats born. There are not enough homes for all these animals. The difference results in at least 7 million healthy adoptable animals being euthanized (killed) each year. Isn’t the better solution to reduce the number of unwanted animals born?
“I am not part of the problem because my animal is a purebred and I can find homes for the babies, besides look at all the want ads, people are making tons of money selling purebred puppies and kittens. It’s just the mixed breeds that no one wants that are the problem and are the ones being put down”
As many as 1 in 3 animals that are put down are purebred so it’s not only the mixes. Yes, you may find homes for all the babies, but that is not normal. Many of the pets for sale never get sold and end up given away or in shelters, so there goes your profit and may even cost you. Even if you can give away all the babies, don’t think you haven’t added to the overpopulation problem. In reality all you have done is sentenced other equally cute and lovable animals to die by taking away a potential home from the millions of animals waiting.
You will have a healthier pet. Spayed and neutered pets avoid many health problems,
Avoid lawsuits, liability, and legal problems. Over 80% of all bites are from non-neutered male dogs. An animal that has not been spayed or neutered is 380% more likely to bite. 100% of fatal dog attacks (where a person was killed, usually a child) were made by animals not spayed or neutered. You as the owner of an animal are criminally liable for the actions of your pet. This means that it’s not Fido paying the fines or going to jail if he bites. A dog bite can easily cost $100,000 or more in civil penalties, medical restitution, and pain and suffering. The most aggressive dog bites against humans happen from animals that “are so friendly and good 99% of the time”.
Have an easier to train and better behaved pet. From less aggression to a cleaner house and yard, from fewer suitors to chase away to a more affectionate pet, behavioral benefits to spaying or neutering are numerous to you and your pet.
Spaying or neutering your pet is a simple and safe procedure. By many veterinarians it is considered a preventative surgery because of the many behavioral and health benefits it provides. Most animals will only experience 1-2 days of discomfort and many are able to go home the same day the procedure is preformed.
If you have any further question about why you should spay or neuter your pet, the health benefits of doing so, or if you have questions about the procedure, please contact your veterinarian. If you don’t currently have a veterinarian, you may speak to animal control for a list of veterinarians in your area.