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(Updated as promised)!!!4 days left!!! I need your help!

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!We made it home!
Meet Aspen! My service dog in training!
After traveling the country and going 43 hours with no sleep, He's home!


Sunrise while leaving Ohio



Aspen and me on the plane. He slept during both flights.





^^^ I found out today that this one is mine!^^^
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Hello everyone! I want to update you on the progress of getting my service dog. As of right now, I have raised $1,480 toward my service dog and its training expenses. These funds have allowed me to pay for the puppy as well as a crate, food, and the initial vet exam once the puppy gets to Ohio. I will be flying out on May 3rd, (Next Tuesday), to bring the puppy back and begin training. I am still trying to raise the last of the funding needed to cover training cost and transportation to Wagmor Service Dogs. They will be providing task training for the puppy. I am asking you today to help me spread the word and raise funds for my cause. We are so close to beginning the next step in our journey and hope that this message reaches someone that can help us on our way. Thank you for taking the time to read this and thank you for all of your help!

https://www.gofundme.com/ServiceDog4Jeremy

Judge: Probable cause to prosecute 911 caller in Beavercreek Walmart shooting

Source: WLWT NBC Affiliate

FAIRFIELD, Ohio -
A judge has ruled that there is probable cause to prosecute the 911 caller in the John Crawford case.

The 22-year-old Crawford from Fairfield was shot and killed by a Beavercreek police officer on Aug. 5, 2014, while holding a pellet gun inside the Beavercreek Walmart.


Police officers who were dispatched to the store, shot and killed Crawford.

A portion of the 911 call in question follows:

Caller: "My name is [Redacted]. He just pointed it at two children."

Dispatcher: "OK, I do have officers there. So stay on the line with me, OK?"

The caller reported Crawford was waving what appeared to be a rifle in the store. Police said he didn't obey commands to put down what turned out to be an air rifle taken from a shelf.

The judge noted that video surveillance from the moment described by the caller did not match what the caller described to dispatchers.

Read more: http://m.wlwt.com/news/judge-probable-cause-to-prosecute-911-caller-in-beavercreek-walmart-shooting/38899258



Not sure if people remember but my wife's cousin also died that night in the store because the caller induced panic. She had a heart attack.
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