Nicole Walukewicz is on the Anderson Co shelter advisory committee and founder of a horse rescue group in SC. She also happens to be campaigning as a write-in candidate for county council which means she wants to get her name in the paper as often as possible.
Coincidentally, a lady who works with Ms. Walukewicz in the horse rescue group found a dog recently. The lady called the shelter “but was told that no one had reported the dog missing. Walukewicz said the woman who found the dog was not told by the shelter staff to fill out a “found dog report,” and was not asked for any contact information.”
Coincidentally, the lady who found the dog went to the shelter – even though she had been told no one was looking for the dog – and found the dog’s owner, a sheriff’s deputy who happened to be working at the shelter at the time the lady visited.
Coincidentally, the deputy had apparently reported his dog missing but no one at the shelter had asked him to file a lost dog report.
Naturally Ms. Walukewicz was
pearl clutchingly very concerned about the entire matter and fired off a detailed e-mail to the local paper. Coincidentally, the paper ran the story, using Ms. Walukewicz’s name many times, just a week before the election.
No word on whether the deputy was cited for allowing his dog to roam loose.