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City Police Make Theft Arrest at Shelter

September 21st, 2017 by WCBC Radio

On Wednesday, an officer from the Cumberland Police Department responded to the Allegany County Animal Shelter for a theft.

Upon the officer’s arrival he contacted a shelter employee.  The employee told the officer that Zachary Goldsworthy arrived at the center and removed his canine without paying the accumulated fees/fines.

The officer then spoke with Goldsworthy who told him that he couldn’t afford to pay the shelter’s fees.  Therefore; he opened the cage and tried to walk away with his dog. The officer placed Goldsworthy under arrest and transported him to the station.  He was later released on a criminal citation pending trial in District Court.

 

Arrested:

Zachary Charles Goldsworthy, 27 Y/O, Cumberland, MD

 

Charge:

Theft less than $100.00

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