Neighbors call 911 after the girl appears at the front door of shock-colored New Jersey

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A teenager in New Jersey was forced to wear a dog’s shock collar as a punishment when she was “bad.” According to the arrest warrant obtained by The Daily Beast..

A 13-year-old girl who lives in the town of Stratford in South Jersey and is identified only by her initials “ID” in a warrant was first forced to wear a collar. When 9 years old or older State the probable cause affidavit attached to the filing..

Shock collar can cause burns and painful wounds on the dog’s neck, Outlawed in some countries Includes parts of Denmark, Norway and Australia.They “cause psychological distress, including phobias and high levels of stress, and can cause unhealthy increases in heart rate and painful burns,” so on the skin of dogs. British Columbia SPCA says..some Veterinarians have seen dogs remain “shaking” on the ground After being impacted through their collar, and the device Banned by the Welsh Police Officers Association in 2000..

“The anxiety and confusion caused by repeated shocks can lead to changes in the dog’s heart and respiratory rate or gastrointestinal problems.” According to people for the ethical treatment of animals.. “Electronic collars can also malfunction and give no impact or non-stop impact.”

They are not intended to be used by humans under any circumstances.

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Stratford police first noticed allegations of abuse on March 1 when a related neighbor called 911 after the “ID” appeared at the door with a shock collar around his neck.

The affidavit said, “I observed that the neck was marked as if the child was wearing a collar,” and the teenager went to the hospital “to check for other injuries.” He added that he was carried.

So, according to the affidavit, the detective interviewed ID, and 20-year-old Rachel Menning said, “I’ve been shocked many times with a collar around my neck and I’ve done this in the past.” rice field. (The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, which provided the filing to The Daily Beast, requested that the exact relationship between the “ID” and the suspect not be disclosed.)

Investigators spoke to 42-year-old Kelly Menning, who lived at home and denied knowing anything about shock collars.

However, in a forensic interview conducted using an “ID” at the Camden County Child Advocacy Center, the girl was as well as Rachel Menning. Kelly When Rebecca Menning— She has been using shock collars for her “as a form of punishment” since she was in fourth grade.

“ID further elaborated on the time when she was deprived of the right amount of food and clothing amenities,” said the affidavit.

Rebecca Mennig, 22, also refused to use shock colors for her “ID”. However, another household member told police that she “she has repeatedly observed the dog’s shock collar used for’ID’as a form of punishment in the past.” (ID) behaves “badly”. “

Around 3 pm last Tuesday, neighbor Karen Billek, who first notified police of the situation, told The Daily Beast that he heard the doorbell ringing “desperately.”

“”[I.D.] Standing there, she goes, “They are shocking me! They are shocking me!” Villec recalled. “And she hands me this dog’s collar, which seems to be vibrating with my hands. When she lifts her head, she sees the traces of her neck shocking her. So my husband Called 911, and I was in the kitchen with me [I.D.], Trying to calm her down. “

According to Villec, she was taken away from her home by child welfare authorities and placed in foster care after her “ID” was checked out at a nearby hospital.

“She was in school yesterday, so I was happy to hear that,” Billek described Menigs as “garbage.”

“We all feel sick that no one in the neighborhood knew this,” Bilek continued. “But what do you know? Everyone has a secret. And children are afraid, so they are really good at keeping secrets.”

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February, Rachel Menning Posted an appeal on Facebook to draw attention to the issue of animal cruelty..

“I’m asking you to donate to this year’s birthday. [the] “Animal Welfare Association” writes Menning. “I chose this non-profit because their mission has great implications for me. I would appreciate it if you could consider contributing as a way to celebrate with me. Helps. “

She has raised $ 10 out of her $ 200 goal so far.

Rachel, Kelly, and Rebecca Menning have been detained in a prison in Camden County, facing charges of assault, child abuse, and exacerbation of neglect.

They couldn’t ask for comment on Tuesday and it’s unclear if they hired a lawyer to speak on their behalf.

“If [anyone is] Put on your dog’s collar and shock me with a fence about doing something to these three, “Villec said.

Menigs will appear for the first time on Friday at 9 am, according to Andrew Kramer, a spokesman for the Camden County Public Prosecutor’s Office.

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One Reply to “Neighbors call 911 after the girl appears at the front door of shock-colored New Jersey”

  1. What a poorly written article! I still can’t understand what happened during the forensic interview with ID.

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