Three of the five suspects who shot Lady Gaga's assistant Ryan Fischer and stile her French bulldogs charged with attempted murder
In February a few people in LA shot Lady Gaga's assistant Ryan Fischer and stole two French bulldogs. 3 out of the five suspects have been arrested and charged with attempted murder. The charges were levied by the LA County District Attorney's office.
The violent episode the place on February 24 with attempted murder and violent robbery. The girl who owns was survived by Ryan Fischer and Lady Gaga offered half a million dollars for anyone for whoever returned her dogs. There were 3 dogs present at the site and one managed to escape. It was recovered shortly after.
Two days later the remaining two dogs Koji and Gustav were handed over by a woman to LAPD's Olympic Community Police Station.
5 men were taken into custody. James Jackson, Kaylin White, Lafayette Whaley, Harold White and Jennifer McBride have been held responsible for the violent act. Harold and Jennifer acted as accessories.
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The detectives responsible for the case believe that the dogs held monetary value and therefore the suspects didn't initiate the violent interaction. James, Kaylin and Lafayette have been charged with attempted murder and robbery and the remaining two have been charged with accessory attempted murder.