One of Lady Gaga’s dog’s kidnappers is in prison: A second individual was taken into custody on Thursday for their alleged involvement in the theft of Lady Gaga’s animals, an incident in which the dog-walker for the singer was injured. Lafayette Shon Whaley, who is now 28 years old, was found guilty of second-degree robbery and sentenced to six years in prison for the theft of French bulldogs that belonged to Lady Gaga. The puppies were stolen from Lady Gaga’s home.
A suspect in Lady Gaga’s dog kidnapping has been arrested.
In February of 2021, Whaley was a member of a gang that shot Ryan Fischer when he was walking his three prize dogs in Hollywood. Whaley was also responsible for the murder. Fischer was assaulted and sustained chest wounds; one month later, he stated on Instagram that he had suffered a collapsed lung as a result of the attack.
The artist known as Poker Face had three canines, but two of them were taken, causing her to offer a reward of $500,000 for their safe return.
The punishment of Whaley came after the detention of Jaylin Keyshawn, who was involved in the crime as an accomplice, and the recapture of James Howard Jackson, who was a suspect in the shooting. They explained that his release from jail was the result of a “clerical error” on their end.
Jackson is being charged with multiple crimes, including attempted murder, armed robbery in the second degree, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, assault with a semiautomatic pistol, and being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm in a vehicle.
Accused Four years in prison was imposed.
A man who was engaged in the robbery of the dog walker who worked for Lady Gaga has been sentenced to four years in prison.
A guy who was sentenced to four years in prison for his role in the theft of items from Lady Gaga’s dog walker has been identified.
A woman has been charged with being an accessory after the fact and receiving stolen property since it is believed that she turned in the dogs in exchange for a prize that Lady Gaga had offered (Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta).
At the time, the Los Angeles Police Department indicated that they did not believe the dogs were targeted because of their owner, but rather because of the demand for the breed in the illicit pet trade. This desire was thought to be the driving factor.
It is uncommon for French bulldogs to have large litters because of their petite stature and friendly disposition.