A neighborhood sheriff’s division has recognized and charged the girl who posted images of herself with a husky she boasted about killing and skinning — claiming that the canine was a wolf.
On Sept. 26, a Montana girl lit up the web — for all of the incorrect causes — with a viral social media submit. Today, the Flathead County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the girl’s identification and levied animal cruelty fees towards her.
The Facebook submit confirmed the girl holding a searching rifle, displaying the stays of what she claimed was a “predator wolf pup.” The animal was clearly a husky. But the girl, who self-identified as Amber Rose on social media, mentioned she’d been out searching black bears and as a substitute “smoked a wolf pup.”
A spokesperson for the Sheriff’s division confirmed the girl’s identify is Amber Barnes. The division mentioned it has charged and issued a quotation to Barnes, however she has not but appeared in court docket.
According to the division, the husky that Barnes shot and killed was one in all a handful of younger canines somebody had dumped close to Kalispell, Mont. Many had parvo, the division spokesperson mentioned, however every animal besides the one Barnes allegedly killed is presently recovering.
The spokesperson confirmed investigations into each Barnes and the person who dumped the canines — whom the division couldn’t establish — are ongoing.
Individuals convicted of animal cruelty in Montana face most penalties of $1,000 in fines and one 12 months in county jail.
The sheriff’s workplace mentioned Barnes shouldn’t be in custody, and couldn’t affirm when her trial would happen. Local ABC affiliate Up North Live 74 mentioned court docket appearances “typically” happen 2 weeks after the date of quotation.