Demand Justice for Chickens Found Brutally Killed at Church Property

Target: Mr. John Savrnoch, District Attorney of Santa Barbara County, California

Goal: Investigate and prosecute individuals responsible for the killing of chickens and enforce stricter animal welfare laws.

Detectives in Santa Barbara County are seeking public assistance in solving an animal abuse case involving the killing of four chickens at a church property on Picasso Road in Isla Vista. Someone broke into the chicken coop belonging to the Isla Vista Community Services District and killed the birds with a bat or similar weapon. Although there is no indication that the crime targeted the church, this incident underscores the urgent need for strict enforcement of animal welfare laws.

The chickens, which were part of a community service initiative, were found dead by church staff who were devastated by the scene. The animals were killed in a brutal manner, and the community is deeply disturbed by this senseless act of violence. Such cruelty to animals is not only inhumane but also a violation of the law, requiring immediate attention and action from local authorities.

Investigators are actively seeking any information from the public that could lead to the identification and arrest of those responsible. The Isla Vista Community Services District has expressed its shock and sadness over the incident, emphasizing the need for community vigilance and cooperation in bringing the perpetrators to justice.

Animal cruelty cases like this one highlight the need for stronger laws and better enforcement to protect vulnerable animals. The chickens were a beloved part of the community, and their loss has left a significant impact. Community members are urged to come forward with any information that could help solve this case and prevent future incidents of animal cruelty. Prevent such abuses and ensure the well-being of animals.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear DA John Savrnoch,

A recent incident in Isla Vista, Santa Barbara County, has brought to light a deeply disturbing act of animal cruelty. Four chickens were killed at a church property on Picasso Road over the weekend. The coop, belonging to the Isla Vista Community Services District, was broken into, and the birds were killed with a bat or similar weapon.

Detectives are seeking public assistance in solving this case, highlighting the urgent need for strict enforcement of animal welfare laws. The chickens, part of a community service initiative, were found dead in a brutal manner. This senseless act of violence has deeply disturbed the community. Such cruelty is inhumane and a violation of the law, requiring immediate attention from local authorities.

Investigators are actively seeking any information that could lead to the identification and arrest of those responsible. The Isla Vista Community Services District has expressed its shock and sadness over the incident, emphasizing the need for community vigilance and cooperation in bringing the perpetrators to justice.

Animal cruelty cases like this one highlight the need for stronger laws and better enforcement to protect vulnerable animals. The chickens were a beloved part of the community, and their loss has left a significant impact. Community members are urged to come forward with any information that could help solve this case and prevent future incidents of animal cruelty.

We urge you to ensure a thorough investigation and prosecution of those responsible for this act of cruelty. Immediate action is necessary to prevent such incidents in the future and to protect the welfare of animals in our county.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Simon Reza


One Comment

  1. The perpetrators deserve to be beaten to death with a bat

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