|Sent on:||Tuesday, June 19, 2012 10:13 AM|
If you haven’t been following our Facebook postings or
Pet Station Message Board, you are missing all drama
surrounding Pet Station (Dearborn Heights). Authorities
have hit the store hard from all directions.
Last week, the pet store manager faced charges for selling
invasive species after a federal undercover investigation.
In April the pet store owner was charged with 37 counts
related to animals and the store 17 charges.
Justice is being served and PMA is following these cases closely.
Tomorrow, Ramzi Dakhlallah, will face Judge David A. Groner
at the Wayne County Circuit Court for a Disposition Conference.
He has one more chance to plead guilty or go to trial. If the
case goes to trail, one of our members will be testifying and
we will be joining her.
It has become very unpopular to sell live animals.
6/12/12 DEARBORN HEIGHTS: Pet Station in further trouble over selling invasive fish (The News Herald)
6/10/12 Pet store manager faces charges for selling invasive species (Heritage)
6/8/12 Pet store accused of selling invasive fish... (Royal Oak Daily Tribune)
6/5/12 Metro Detroit men accused of selling predatory fish (Detroit Free Press)
6/8/12 Pet store manager accused of selling illegal, invasive fish species (Press & Guide)
6/5/12 Fishy crime: Feds charge two men with selling illegal snakehead fish, 'walking catfish' (Detroit Free Press)
4/13/12 Dearborn Heights Pet Store Owner Arrested for Animal Cruelty (Press & Guide)
4/12/12 Chaos at a Dearborn Heights pet store results in an 8-year-old's missing puppy (WXYZ Chl 7)
4/11/12 Officials take dozens of pets from Dearborn Heights pet store after owner charged with cruelty (Channel 7 WXYZ)
4/12/12 Dearborn Heights Pet Store Owner Arrested for Animal Cruelty (Patch)
4/11/12 Dearborn Heights pet store accused of animal cruelty (Detroit Free Press0
4/11/12 Pet Shop Owner Arrested In Case Of ‘Horrific Abuse’(CBS Detroit)
4/11/12 Local pet store shut down, owner arrested
4/11/12 'Deplorable' cases highlight inadequate animal cruelty laws, prosecutor says
4/11/12 Animal Cruelty Alleged at Dearborn Heights Pet Shop