• Boy Scouts join search for person who buried dog alive

    By: Nicole Emmett


    DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Police are getting help from young citizens to help find the person who buried a dog alive.

    Members of local Boy Scout troops distributed fliers at Stonecrest Mall in DeKalb County Saturday.

    They are trying to help find the person, who buried a dog named Lulu.

    A hiker found the dog at an ATV trail in Tucker in June.

    The dog was rescued but later died from its injuries.


    “It's our job as a Boy Scout to help find and provide services to find the person who did this to this dog,” Boy Scout Joshua Jones said.

    The reward is now at $10,500 for information leading to the arrest of the person who buried the dog. 

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