New police audio from the February 24 capturing of a canine walker, believed to be Lady’s Gaga’s canine handler, reveals extra particulars from the scene of brutal assault in Hollywood.
As an investigation into the capturing of a 30-year-old unnamed male — who’s reportedly Lady Gaga‘s canine walker — continues, new police audio from the Hollywood incident was launched on February 25. The audio, which was first obtained by the New York Post and captured round 9:40 p.m. native time, begins with a 911 dispatcher saying, “Shooting just occurred … caller heard one gunshot and a female screaming.”
At one level within the 2-minute audio, the dispatcher can be heard saying, “One male down … suspect last seen fleeing towards Hollywood Blvd… in a four-door Mercedes with tinted windows … two small dogs taken.”
On February 24, a canine walker was shot and robbed in Hollywood whereas dealing with a gaggle of pups at nighttime. While it’s been reported that the 2 stolen French Bulldogs belong to Lady Gaga, LAPD was unable to substantiate the latter.
“We have no connection of it being Lady Gaga. We don’t have any confirmation of that,” Officer Jeff Lee, PIO for LAPD advised HollywoodLife on February 25. “Last night around 9:40 pm LA time LAPD officers from Hollywood division responded to an assault with a deadly weapon radio call involving a shooting. When they arrived they discovered that a male white in his 30s was suffering from at least one gunshot wound,” the officer mentioned.
“At least one suspect fled the location in a white vehicle and he used a semi-automatic handgun during the course of the crime and took two French bulldogs. The suspect and weapon are still outstanding. No arrests have been made and the investigation continues. The victim is in critical condition at a local hospital,” the police assertion concluded.
The two French Bulldogs, in accordance with TMZ, are Gaga’s pups, Koji and Gustav. The singer, who’s reportedly providing a $500,000 reward for the return of the pups, has shared loads of images with them on social media.
HollywoodLife reached out to a consultant for Lady Gaga, who was reportedly in Italy for work on the time of the incident. The singer has not publicly addressed the scenario.
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