Your calls may have had an impact. Your calls may have led to a police investigation into the dog fighting you reported. If the investigation is an ongoing one, the police will no longer need calls from you.Thank you for the responses, and yes there is definately more to the story. I won't go into that unless asked .
I will offer an explaination : The reports were all pertaining to the same ongoing suspicious activity which I believe to be organized Dog Fighting, Training and Transporting Fight and "Bait" Dogs. I'm concerned for the Animals that I can hear crying in the night but I am also concerned about the type of people that are involved in this type of activity living in my community. If they have no reguard for the life and suffering of animals then what else are they capable of doing.I would hate to think that Law Enforcement would in any way be trying to cover this up, but if they are then the citizens of this City are in a lot of trouble. Having my idenity exposed is not a good feeling either.
Am I in need of Mental Health services? I'm sure we have all be there at one time or another. Being a person of logicical thinking, my thought on that is that is would be completely insane to believe that this sort of thing could NOT be happening here A sanctuary City with a high population of aggricultural migrant workers, a relaxed aproach to Policing as well as being under staffed, and Animal Services personel that believe the 2 hour training course they took on Dog Fighting now qualifies them as highly trained professionals.
It is also possible that the police discovered noisy dogs but no dog fighting.
There are, I suppose, other possibilities as well.
Whatever the case, apparently the police do not want you calling their tip line any more to report the same dog fighting complaint. It might be hard to ignore the cries of dogs but I suggest that is what you do.