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PWC Police Report for April 15, 2022 - Impatient patron shows gun to teens, mom at car wash

Burglary-in-progress: A resident of the home reported to police an unknown man, later identified as the accused, entered the home and attempted to take the family dog.

Compassionate “pets” for sick children

Capital Caring Health (CCH) reports it is now providing Companion Robotic Dogs and Cats for all terminally ill pediatric patients in its care.

Animals move into new quarters at the Prince William County Animal Shelter

Parts of the new Prince William County Animal Shelter have opened. The facility is duets be completely opened in March 2022.

Police believe home burglary suspect entered and exited via home’s doggie door

The homeowner reported to police that he was asleep when he woke to the sound of his dog alerting him to an intruder in the home. Upon checking the residence, the homeowner noted an undisclosed amount of money was missing.

The 23rd annual Take Your Dog to Work Day is June 25

The 23rd annual Take Your Dog To Work Day (TYDTWDay®) will take place this Friday, June 25, 2021. Plus, this entire week (June 21-25) is Take Your Pet To Work Week®

CDC temporarily bans importing dogs from most countries at high risk for canine rabies

The agency cited a 52 per cent increase in irregularities with rabies vaccination certificates for canine imports in 2020 compared to 2018 and 2019, and stated the measure is being taken “to ensure the health and safety of dogs imported into the United States and to protect the public’s health against the reintroduction of dog rabies.”

Suspect whom police said was driving in circles charged after police car with LEO inside was hit

A suspect of no fixed address was arrested May 12 and charged with attempted malicious wounding of a LEO, DUI, unreasonable refusal, and cruelty to animals–after his vehicle struck a police cruiser while a police officer was inside the vehicle, according to MPO Renee Carr, public information officer for the Prince William County Police Department.

Pet theme for NOVEC’s annual art contest for students in grades K-5; entries due by May 3

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) invites students in grades K-5 to enter art in Cooperative Living magazine's annual Youth Art Contest. Entries are due May 3. Art should reflect the theme, "How My Pet Makes Life Better."

Police look for suspect in case of animal cruelty to six-week-old terrier puppy

On Jan. 29, Prince William County Animal Control Officers began an investigation into an animal cruelty case that was reported to have occurred at a residence located in the 2400 block of West Longview Dr. in Woodbridge (22191) between Jan. 8 and Jan. 27.

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