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In yesterday’s Turtlegram, Stealin’ Sammy Allen wrote this fluff piece in a vain attempt to try to humanize the woman who allowed a dangerous cop killer to be around her young child. They got so much negative criticism that they pulled the article and combined the text in it with another article. They did not make an announcement about it and they thought no one would notice. But they did:
But when we saw this part about the dog that Jorge Zambrano unleashed on the state police we had to do a double take:
Ms. Philip added that she went to Oxford to take possession of the pit bull Mr. Zambrano had with him when he was shot and killed in Oxford.
Ms. Philip said police have been “nothing but nice” to her in recent days. She said after the Oxford shootout, police spent six hours helping her search for the dog. She said when they eventually found the pet, state troopers let her take the animal home. The dog had been hiding in the closet with Mr. Zambrano, police said.
We’re getting a lot of conflicting reports about the dog. As you can see, Sam Allen is reporting that the dog is alive. But she’s basing it off of what the employee of the month from a strip club on Southbridge Street told her. The Internet is buzzing with rumors right now:
So we did the only sensible thing today and called the Oxford Police Department to find out. Here’s what we know:
- The police do not acknowledge that they spent “six hours” helping this idiot search for her dead boyfriend’s attack dog. They only acknowledge that she was on the golf course looking. Additionally, Zambrano was killed at approximately 6 PM. Assuming she got there at 6:30 (and didn’t go to the hospital to see her dying boyfriend), this meant she searched until 12:30 AM. Yea, that’s believable.
- She claims that the police “let her take the dog home.” Lie. According to a statement from the Oxford Police she took the dog to Tufts afterwards to be looked at.
So long story short, we don’t know if the dog is alive or not. Obviously you cannot trust the word of this woman:
All we know is that she lied when she told Stealin’ Sammy Allen that the OPD helped her look for the dog for six hours, and she did NOT take the dog home with her that night. All of this could have been discovered with a simple phone call to the Oxford Police. But apparently this was too much work for Karen Webber’s star millennial reporter, Stealin’ Sammy.
Why do you think Masslive is beating the Turtlegram to every single story? Because half of their staff is former Turtlegram employees that they got rid of because Stealin’ Sammy would work for less money. Watch out though Sammy, in a few years when you ask for a raise they’re probably gonna do the same to you. At that point you’re either gonna have to take some pole dancing classes with your girl Heather Philip, or you’re gonna have to come over to Turtleboy and be our new secretary.
P.S. Stealin’ Sammy also reported that Heather Philip would not tell her the dog’s name. The dog’s name is Gage. It must suck to be a “real journalist.”
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