Delcambre Woman Offering $3,000 For Information On Who Murdered Her Beloved Dog ‘Wrigley’
UPDATE: The Vermilion Today is reporting that Edrick Leblanc of Delcambre was arrested for allegedly killing Wrigley. LeBlanc was charged with one count of cruelty to animals, which is a felony.
According to the arrest log, Leblanc is currently not in jail and may have already bonded out.
Hollie Broussard is stopping at nothing to get #JusticeForWrigley.
Wrigley was Broussard's beloved dog, and when he went missing on March 27 she stopped at nothing to find her sweet boy. A few days later, her worst fears were realized when Wrigley was found deceased.
To make matters worse, Wrigley's death wasn't an accident. Broussard had a necropsy (autopsy of an animal) performed on Wrigley and it was determined that her dog "suffered an ugly, horrible death at the hands of an absolute monster."
Broussard later revealed that her dog was shot "execution-style" in a post offering $3,000 for any information leading her to the person responsible for the horrific act.
If anyone has any information that could help Broussard and her family get #JusticeForWrigley in the wake of this unfortunate incident, just follow the information posted on the flyer above.