Crime Champion dog worth $10,000 stolen from Greenville County home, investigators say
Spartanburg man's 2-state "killing spree' ends with arrest after hourslong standoff, sheriff says
A Spartanburg man wanted for killing two people in Florida and one person in Tennessee was taken into custody in Winter Haven early Tuesday after an hourslong standoff, according to the Polk County Sheriff's Office. Stanley Eric "Woo Woo" Mossburg, 35, was taken into custody about 5:10 a.m., deputies said. He had been barricaded alone in a house that belongs to his acquaintances, deputies said. The people in the house are cooperating with deputies in the investigation.Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd held a news conference Tuesday morning that detailed a crime spree that began Oct. 1 with the killing of a man at a laundromat in Greenville, Tennessee.
Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are asking for information about the theft of a Bichon Frise Breeding Champion dog.
Authorities said the dog is valued at about $10,000.
The dog went missing Oct. 13 from a home on Log Shoals Road.
Investigators said her microchip was scanned at the Petco on Harrison Bridge Road, in Simpsonville a short time later. They said it was reportedly brought in by a woman pictured below.
The dog is described as a 4-year-old female named Leah and weighs approximately 11 pounds.
If anyone has information regarding this case we ask they call Investigator Ballenger directly at 864-371-3608 or Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23-CRIME and reference case #19-180382.
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