State Police Arrest Report For Eugene M. McQuade Who Faces 23 Charges of Animal Abuse Against 11 Pit Bulls.
Below is the PDF file attachment which includes the State Police arrest report and charges of animal cruelty filed against Eugene M. McQuade: 50 Downing St East Greenwich & 525 Hill Farm Rd Coventry, RI.
The 11 pit bulls were found spread out across three different properties.
The 525 Hill Farm Rd property in Coventry, is on the tax rolls as an LLC owned by Owner: 4400 POST LLC
Address: 50 DOWNING ST EAST GREENWICH.
Here is the 50 Downing St East Greenwich address.
Other dogs were found at a newly purchased property also owned as an LLC under 4400 POST LLC/ 50 Downing Street located at 350 Stony Ln, Exeter..
How does unemployed, 35 year old and single Eugene M. McQuade Jr. afford all of these properties? Who else owns all of these properties? Who else is LIABLE for those poor dogs?
Hmmmmmm....... another game of connect the dots . . . .
Prior Eugene M. McQuade arrests can be found by clicking, HERE.
As previously posted, Eugene M. McQuade, long time friend and associate of pit bull breeder Clifford Dennis of 66 Potowomut Ave Warwick/ 409 Toll Gate Rd, assisted Dennis with obtaining and purchasing various items for Clifford Dennis's dogs via donations received from the public. After Dennis and McQuade purchased and took all of the items for the dogs, they then claimed they wanted no further assistance from the public. At the time, McQuade had shared with the animal volunteer attempting to assist, that 2 additional younger sibling pit bulls were having issues because 1 of the sibling pups wasn't eating due to being "food bullied" by the other sibling, and it was malnourished and needed veterinarian care.
The outstanding question remains: how many of those 11 pit bulls left out in the cold once again on McQuade's properties belonged to Clifford Dennis?
As of the first week of January 2018, Dennis had shared with the Warwick Police, Warwick Animal Control and the Warwick Animal Shelter that he had relocated 3 adult pit bulls somewhere in Coventry, while the Warwick Animal Shelter took care of another 3 of Dennis's pit bulls. The Warwick Animal Shelter eventually released the 3 pit bulls back to Dennis.
Dennis later claimed he gave all 6 pit bulls away and sold all of the puppies.
No one ever verified where all of the pit bulls went.