A woman evicted last week was apparently determined her cats weren’t going to be taken away too, according to an Omaha Police report.
Officers were called to 25th and Sprague around 10 o’clock last Wednesday morning for a disturbance. There, Omaha Police officers met with an animal control officer from the Nebraska Humane Society. The NHS officer said that while they were recovering several cats out of a home in the area, 45-year-old Gaye Haril took two NHS kennels with cats in them.
The NHS officer said he had placed the cats in each kennel and set the kennels on the front porch, while trying to secure several others. Furthermore, that Haril showed up in a silver Jeep and grabbed the two kennels and placed them in her car and left the area.
Then, the next day, Haril returned to meet with NHS officers and said that she took the kennels and cats because she didn’t want her cats impounded. Omaha Police learned that Haril had been evicted from the property a couple days before the thefts. She was cited for theft and the kennels and cats were not recovered.
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