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Tons of people are talking about and sharing this Facebook post from a Worcester man who claims his dog was kidnapped and basically murdered on Route 20:
So let me get this straight. A pit bull was stolen from a home and was then thrown from a truck and hit by another car before dying? This post has been shared almost 1,000 times by people who blindly believe everything they see on Facebook. Everyone just assumes it’s true:
This chick wants him to contact Dianne Williamson, even though she’s been retired for months, and likely can be found at the local spoke pounding pinto grigio like it’s going out of style.
I can’t stress this to you enough people – STOP BLINDLY BELIEVING EVERYTHING YOU SEE ON FACEBOOK!!! Investigate. Think for yourselves. Think critically. If something sounds to unreal to be true, there’s a good chance it’s not true.
First question everyone should ask is “why wasn’t this in the news already?” It happened two days ago. This would be a big story, since it happened on such a public road. It involves a break in and the killing of a dog. Second question you should ask is, “have the police investigated this?” To find out we messaged Sean Hicks (that’s his real name) and here’s what he told us:
Lol. Bullshit. The cops told him it was too unimportant? That they couldn’t be bothered because there was a shooting that night? As if the cops are so understaffed that they can only investigate one crime at a time. If this happened it’s a serious crime, one that would end in jail time. There’s no way possible the cops would not have looked into this.
It also just so happens that Sean Hicks doesn’t seem to care for the police:
What a coincidence!!
But wait, the story gets better…….
“The police determined that Dallas bit the person while he was climbing through the window.”
But wait….I thought the police were too busy to investigate. Weird.
Just to review, here’s what he claims happened:
- Sunday night while he’s out town someone breaks into the house
- For some reason the intruder then spent the night in the basement
- On Monday morning Sean is somehow home and hears the dog growling at the basement when Dallas jumps over the baby gate and runs down there
- Presumably running from the pit bull the intruder who had a slumber party there breaks through the basement door and runs away. Even though he could’ve done this at any time the night before if he was really hiding down there from the dog.
- He doesn’t know if the intruder was male or female, nor does he say they came in a vehicle, which they probably would’ve if they were robbing the place.
- Then on Wednesday Sean comes back from the store to see a black truck driving away from his house and sees a window open, indicating the man driving the truck just broke into this house.
- Sean jumps out of the car and tells his friend who is driving to follow the truck
- The dog is then thrown from or jumps from the truck and gets hit by a Rav-4.
- No witnesses have come forward to substantiate this happening, even though that’s an extremely busy two land road and it happened during the day on the 4th of July.
- He arrived at the scene and the Auburn PD comes and escorts him to Tufts where the dog passes.
FYI this happened right across the street from the Price Chopper on Route 20, and Sean lives in Worcester, near where the dog was killed.
This is right where Worcester, Millbury, and Auburn intersect. Although Sean lives in Worcester, the dog was found on Route 20 in Auburn, which is why he’s saying the Auburn Police found Dallas.
So we called the Auburn Police to find out why they wouldn’t investigate such a serious crime, and whether or not they told him they were tied up with a shooting. They told us that there was no shooting in Auburn that night, nor was there a police report. There was a call log entry at 10:17 of a dead dog found in the road. But no one reported seeing the dog being hit by a Rav-4, and no one saw the dog jump out of a truck. Obviously the police would investigate this, which means it never happened.
But what about the two break ins? Remember, he claims he came home Monday and a dude was in his basement, and then broke down a door to escape. On Wednesday the intruder came into his house to steal the dog after driving the black truck to get there. Since this happened in Worcester he would’ve dealt with the WPD, who he claims did nothing because they were too busy with a shooting. Yet he also said this:
“The police determined that Dallas bit the person while he was climbing through the window.”
But wait, I thought the WPD didn’t investigate?
This would’ve been them who told him this, not the Auburn PD, since it happened in Worcester at his house. We called the WPD for comment and they have not returned our message. We would love to hear from Kerry Hazelhurst or Sean Murtha about whether or not they were even called about this.
A commenter on his page said she saw the dog in the park and then went down route 20 towards Greenwood Street:
Which if true means that the dognapping story is in fact a lie.
Of course when we were the only voice of reason suggesting that this didn’t happen as he said it did, we got the angry face emoji treatment….
Sean Hicks’ Facebook page is a real treat…..
Here he is sucking face at his recent courthouse wedding….
And his new wife is a big fan of the nice things her new chudstuffer is providing for her….
Oh yea, he gets what he wants alright!!
This was left underneath one of his pictures……
Oh yea, nothing shady about this guy at all.
And did I mention he’s a rapper with the stage name “Ghost”?
Of course he is!!
Then there was that time in 2010 when he was arrested for attempted murder of his girlfriend by strangulation, and threatening to kill her with a knife:
Not the first time he’s been to jail for a knife related incident. He did 15 years in prison prior to this for stabbing…..Celtics legend Paul Pierce:
Sean Hicks is surely an unlikely hip-hop peacemaker, but that very fact might be what could make him effective. Hicks, 39, is about a month out of jail, having served 15 years and nine months for a variety of infractions, including the stabbing incident that involved Celtics star Paul Pierce. Hicks is also the rapper affiliated with Boston’s Made Men, known by his stage name of Ghost, an allusion to his very pale Irish complexion. He is also the nephew of Howie Winter, legendary crime boss of the Winter Hill gang. Many fans will no doubt have a hard time looking past that near-fatal stabbing of Pierce, who was jumped by a posse of rappers in a Boston nightclub. Hicks does not shy away from discussing it, or the way it indicated the lack of direction his life had at the time.
“The Paul Pierce thing was an unfortunate situation,” Hicks said. “I did 10 years for that. I was young and I was dumb.”
No big deal. He just stabs NBA stars sometimes and has spent most of his adult life in a cell. Now he owns a pit bull which wound up dead on Route 20 and he’s claiming it was kidnapped from him, but yet a woman saw the dog walking in the park right before that.
But wait, it gets better.
Right before he was arrested for the attempted murder of his girlfriend, he was in jail for another crime and ended up getting shanked by some Crips. Because he’s a Blood:
A hip-hop artist and longtime member of the Bloods street gang says he was attacked last week in the Dartmouth House of Corrections because jail officials assigned him to a cell block occupied by several Crips. Sean Hicks, 38, of Boston, whose stage name is Ghost, said four inmates armed with shanks assaulted him on April 28, resulting in two superficial stab wounds to his arms. Two inmates are being charged with the attack, officials said. Hicks — who was taken to the jail two days earlier to be detained while questions over unpaid court fees were worked out — said he had been assured by a correctional officer that he would not be put in the general population because of his prior gang affiliations and quasi-celebrity status.
However, Hicks said another jail staff member later told him he was going to a cell block occupied by several Crips and said “Good luck.”
“The jail made a huge mistake, and I believe it was done maliciously,” said Hicks, who was also sent to St. Luke’s Hospital because of a bad reaction he sustained to pepper spray that correctional officers used when they responded to the incident.
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson said the officers used the pepper spray because Hicks refused to obey their orders to drop a shank he was brandishing. Hicks said he had managed to take the weapon away from one of his attackers. Hicks said the officers dragged him across a courtyard and beat him after he was already handcuffed and shackled.
“They put a Rodney King beating on me,” Hicks said. “They just used Gestapo-like tactics.”
“A Rodney King beating.”
He would end up serving an additional five years in prison between 2011 and 2016 for shooting in South Boston of two Chinese gangsters, Hicks said.
And he was also arrested while in jail for a racially charged stabbing:
According to prison records obtained by MassLive, Hicks was accused of committing a “racially-toned” stabbing during one of his prison stays. Prison officials wrote that because of Hicks’ high propensity for violence and long-standing associations to organized crime, he should be kept in maximum security prison.
Oh, and he’s mad at Whitey Bulger for ratting him out:
When Hicks heard that Bulger had linked him and Winter to the largest art heist in the history of the world, he was not surprised.
“He’s been ratting people out since the ’50s. Once a rat always a rat,” Hicks said.
And of course Masslive published all of this to help him promote his new book full of rumors and innuendo about the Winter Hill gang. Ya know, because he’s turned his life around by moving to Worcester.
His wife is claiming that the house was being watched…..
And Sean himself asked us not to report on his past….
Sorry Sean, kind of relevant to the story.
Here’s what I think happened. This guy is a year or two out of jail and call all of a sudden afford to buy his new wife a $34,000 car. Gee whiz, I wonder where the money’s coming from. He’s flashing cash on Facebook:
Indicating that he’s in a cash only business. Hmmmm….wonder what that could be?
Obviously he still has a shitload of enemies, and it would not surprise me if someone broke into this house on Wednesday. But they didn’t kidnap a pit bull. People don’t kidnap the most vicious dogs in existence. They were there to rob the place. Maybe take the stash and the cash. Who knows? With this dude anything is possible. And when the people left the door was left open, the dog chased after them and ended up being struck by a car. That’s why he didn’t call the cops – because they probably stole something he shouldn’t have had in the first place and the last thing he needs is a bunch of cops snooping around his place so he ends up back in jail.
But then again, that’s just my guess. All I know is the dog wasn’t thrown from a God damn truck.