Science teacher accused of feeding puppy to class snapping turtle
7 monthes ago - By WMUR
Reports indicate that the puppy, while sick, was very much alive.
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Science teacher allegedly fed puppy to turtle in front of students
7 monthes ago - By New York Post
A science teacher at a junior high school in Idaho was accused of feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle in front of students after school, according to reports. It was not immediately clear if the little pooch was dead or alive when Robert Crosland, a longtime teacher at Preston Junior High School, allegedly fed it...
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Teacher accused of feeding puppy to snapping turtle in front of students
7 monthes ago - By WGN TV
PRESTON, Idaho - A school district in Idaho is investigating an incident that took place last week in which a science teacher allegedly fed a live puppy to one of his reptiles in front of students.
Local animal activist Jill Parrish is the one who filed the police report.
"What I have learned in the last four days is disgusting. It is sick. It is sick," Parrish told KSTU.
Parrish says a teacher at Preston Junior High told her that last week after school Robert Crosland fed a live puppy, who was reportedly sick, to one of his reptiles. He has a snake and a snapping turtle. Apparently, it...
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Junior High School Teacher Accused of Feeding Puppy to Snapping Turtle in Front of Class
7 monthes ago - By Time
A teacher at a Junior High School in Preston, Idaho, has been accused of feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle in front of a class.
Robert Crosland, a biology teacher, is being investigated following the reported incident at Preston Junior High, according to East Idaho News. Local superintendent Marc Gee said in a statement that “a regrettable circumstance involving some of the biological specimens” had occurred on March 7 during an after-school animal feeding session.
The Franklin County Sheriff's office are investigating Crosland after reports of animal cruelty.
“Allowing children to...
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