Lady Gaga’s dog snatcher arrested for the second time

Mexico City.- One of three men wrongly released and charged in the armed robbery of Ryan Fisher, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, has been arrested for a second time.

US authorities were able to locate the defendant who had been released due to a typographical error.

Last year, Ryan Fischer was shot while walking Lady Gaga’s dogs near Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles after being injured by two men who stole the pop star’s French bulldogs, Gustav and Koji.

In the ongoing court case, one of the alleged perpetrators, Jaylin Keyshawn White, was charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to rob. While those charges were dropped later that year, White pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery during a court hearing last Wednesday, for which he was sentenced to four years in prison, NME reported.

Addressing the jury and judge, Fischer recounted before the jury and Judge Richard Kemalyan the physical and emotional anguish he suffered as a result of the attack, stating that he had damage to his nervous system and one lung.

“They made me bleed and fight for my life. I almost died that night,” Fischer said, according to Rolling Stone magazine.

“Not only did you steal my dogs that night, you stole my livelihood, I lost all my money.

“I have a lot of credit card debt and rely on the kindness and donations of strangers, friends and family just to get by,” Ryan concluded.

In 2021, White was arrested along with four other people for their alleged involvement in the theft of the “Bad Romance” singer’s pets. In April of this year, fellow inmate and suspected gunman James Jackson was released due to a “mistake.”

In July, police offered a $5,000 reward for information on Jackson’s whereabouts, culminating in his second arrest in Palmdale, California, on Aug. 3.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said it arrested Jackson “without incident” after a raid by US Marshals.

According to information from the Los Angeles Times, Jackson has pleaded not guilty to previous charges of attempted murder, conspiracy to commit robbery and assault with a semi-automatic firearm.

Meanwhile, the woman who returned Gaga’s dogs, Jennifer McBride, was also arrested in 2021 on suspicion of being an accessory to robbery. She reported finding the dogs and responded to a reward email to return them and faces a charge of receiving stolen property.

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