When her master was arrested, Labrador dog Rosi came to the animal shelter.
There, however, the bitch was no longer wanted to be released - and when the authorities ordered the return, Rosi was stolen, according to the animal shelter.
A real thriller that is now even occupying the district court.
Munich - Mei, she's cute!
Allow me: Rosi, Labrador bitch from Milbertshofen, born in the spring of 2017. A real court crime has now developed around her.
The background: Rosi was popular in the neighborhood, but not necessarily her master (35).
He was reported in June 2021 and then got into a fight with the police.
Jonas P. (name changed) was taken away in handcuffs and Rosi was left alone in his apartment.
No condition, of course: the police brought the bitch to the animal shelter, but that's where the real thriller started.
Because according to the public prosecutor's office, managing director Gabriele S. and two employees didn't want Rosi to come out again - they even had to go to court yesterday.
The public prosecutor accused the animal rights activists of "permanently transferring the bitch into the possession of the animal shelter".
Which is of course not allowed - and certainly not what the owner wanted, who had gone through a real marathon with the authorities to get his Rosi back: Jonas P. lodged complaints from the veterinary office of the district administration department to the Ministry of the Interior.
Munich: Bitch Rosi came to the shelter, but since then she has disappeared - three employees now had to go to court
With success: At the end of July 2021, the Munich I public prosecutor's office determined that the animal shelter had to "unconditionally hand over the bitch to the injured party" - after almost two months.
The handover was finally agreed for August 16, 2021.
But that never happened - because the animal shelter suddenly reported Rosi as stolen on that day.
Stupid only: The police could not find any signs of a break-in in the shelter.
And that Rosi had freed herself alone was ruled out.
So the three ladies came under suspicion.
You now have to pay 535 euros in damages to the dog owner, in return the process was stopped yesterday.
"A very emotional story that is finally coming to an end," said Gabriele S. The animal protection association only wants the best, says Claus Reichinger, first deputy chairman.
“There were allegations of abuse against the dog owner.
He was very aggressive,” he clarifies.
Where Rosi is now: unclear.
Her master is currently in prison.