Good new – we have identified the man in this video who abandoned a small dog at an undisclosed lot in West Springfield after driving the poor thing there in this truck. As you can see in the video, the dog was practically begging not to be left there, but the driver did anyway.
A commenter on the original post claimed that they had run the plates and that they were inactive and registered to a truck. However, it turned out to be far less complicated than that, as the plates were in fact registered to the Honda Accord.
Meet Osvaldo Acevedo of Springfield.
That fact that living in Springfield with a man who wears mesh shorts 99% of the time is “living your best life,” tells me everything I need to know about her. As does the fact that she even owns that shirt. As you can see, he looks like he’s a great grandfather, which in Springfield means he’s probably about 48 years old. And of course he doesn’t speak a lick of English because that would require assimilating and assimilation is a racist tool of white supremacy. Here he is doing something to his dog involving the bathroom, and the dog doesn’t seem happy.
He appears to have a few dogs, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he was involved in breeding them.
Why else would he abandon a dog in a lot?
Either way, he should be arrested and prosecuted, which might actually be possible since Rachael Rollins is not the DA in Hampden County. Feel free to send this to the West Springfield Police, although they likely know who he is already and are taking steps to have him arrested. I’d love to see them post his mugshot on their Facebook page so we can all bask in the satisfaction of TB justice together.
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