Success: Man Who Allegedly Threw Baby Duckling Off High Bridge Arrested

Target: Lieutenant Colonel Kevin Anderson, Head of MDTA Police

Goal: Thank officers who arrested and charged man for allegedly throwing baby duckling off Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

The unknown individual who allegedly threw a baby duckling off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge has been found, arrested and charged. Thank the officers who worked hard to help bring the accused person, Ethan Fowler, into custody.

Fowler was arrested and brought up on charges of felony aggravated animal cruelty after a video of the alleged incident was posted on Snapchat. Fowler may end up paying thousands of dollars in fines and spending up to three years behind bars, if he is found guilty.

According to experts, a baby duckling that falls from more than two stories is unlikely to survive. However, if Fowler committed this crime, other animals in the area are now likely a little bit safer. Thank the officers who worked tirelessly to find and arrest the person believed to be responsible for this cruel act, as well as activists who took a stand against animal cruelty by signing petitions like this one.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Chief Jones,

Your team conducted a search to find the individual who allegedly threw a baby duckling off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Because you took the time to pursue this case, Ethan Fowler was arrested for the alleged incident and charged with felony aggravated animal cruelty. It is good news that Fowler may end up spending three years in prison and owe thousands of dollars in fines if he is found guilty.

Sadly, the animal likely died, since a baby duckling is not usually able to survive a fall of more than two stories, and the bridge is 75 feet high at one of its lower points. However, other animals in the area may be less likely to be harmed because of your efforts.

We appreciate you taking this thoughtless and unwarranted act seriously. Thank you for pursuing your search and for arresting and charging the person who allegedly committed this crime with the appropriate animal cruelty charges.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Barskefranck

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21 Comments

  1. Hats off to the officers who worked tirelessly to find and arrest the person believed to be responsible for this cruel act, as well as activists who took a stand against animal cruelty by signing petitions like this one.
    Good-hearted people are very rare nowadays …
    Thank you!

  2. Jennifer Kleinman says:

    Thank you thank you thank you!!! Finally someone caught!! Now to all the amazing law enforcement please keep catching all these vile and disgusting animal abusers/murderers!

    • Debra Singer says:

      Hope he pays for what he did and not just a slap on the wrist people who hurts any animal deserves time in jail

  3. Patrick Butler says:

    Kudos to the officers of the Maryland Transportation Authority for taking the life of a helpless animal seriously!

  4. Sydney M says:

    Thank You to everyone who brought this helpless baby ducking some justice! Now, can we throw the POS who committed this unspeakable atrocity off the Empire State building ???????

  5. THANK YOU OFFICERS–EVEN THIS BABY CHICK’S LIFE IS IMPORTANT-PSALM 91–‘HE SHALL PROTECT THEE FROM THE SNARE OF THE FOWLER’ FOWLER IS A DEMON AS IN PSALMS -91.

  6. throw this jerk off the same bridge & let him know what trauma the innocent animal felt!!!!!

  7. Kathleen I Nagy-DeRosa says:

    Thank you for your diligence and taking this despicable crime seriously and finding the perpetrator. Every life matters.

  8. Evelyn Ball says:

    Just throw that useless piece of human shit off a bridge.

  9. First, the actual duckling that the bastard threw out the window was a fuzzy yellow Pekin duck, not a wild Mallard as shown in this photo (according to actual video the idiot posted of himself throwing the duckling).
    That bridge is 17 stories high and almost 20 miles long. Even if that poor duckling survived the fall into water, it would never be able to swim to shore. It was a BABY; it would not only tire out, it would get hypothermia and drown. If by some miracle, it managed to get to land, it would not have any idea how to survive. This is a domestic species that doesn’t know how to find food or defend itself from predators. At that age, it needs mom to keep warm. This is why these ducks should NEVER be bought as Easter pets and released in local lakes or parks – they are totally dependent on people.

    This rotten son of a bitch doomed this helpless baby to certain death. I wish the same on him.

  10. THANK YOU for arresting this POS. Now please don’t just give him a slap on the wrist. What he did was one of the cruelest things I’ve ever seen and he knew what he was doing; probably not the first time either.
    Please give him the harshest punishment possible. If it would be possible to throw HIM off that bridge, I would help you do it.

  11. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    Throw HIM off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and see how he does.

  12. An eye for an eye is required to be implemented.Yes Death!!!!

  13. Judith Church says:

    Humans are the true animals. An animal or bird would never hurt a human in this sick way. It’s despicably cruel and disturbing that a grown man would be such a twisted & sick bastard.

  14. Jacqui Skill says:

    LOCK THE MONSTER UP FOR LIFE! THE PUNISHMENT SHOULD BE THE SAME AS IT WOULD BE IF THE VICTIM WAS HUMAN!!

  15. MARYCECILIA SEDILLO says:

    YOU ROCK!

  16. Jaime Perez says:

    Thank you to the good officers who worked tirelessly and found the piece of crap who did this horrible thing to the baby duck. Let him spend the rest of his miserable life in jail!!

  17. This POS needs to be thrown into a volcano. Anything else is too good for this scumbag.

  18. Instigation of the mandatory death penalty must be implemented internationally for all animal abusers.

  19. Thank you so much for staying top of this, hope he pays dearly

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