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my daughter took my dog i want it back she wont return it she has spend 5 days with the dog in its 5 year life the dog is mine and if she was with me ou would see there is no doubt about that
I believe you.
Did you file a police report?
tried to with san diego but they said i had to file in my city because the dog was taken from here i plan too as soon as i know if all this will get my dog back
At this time, all you can do is file a police report.
Because neither she nor your dog is in the USA, there is nothing else that law enforcement can do at this time.
so how do i get the dog back do they go to her home if i say its there or what
They do not have the legal authority to go into another country and get your dog back or prosecute her. They can only act when she returns to the USA.
Is there anything else that I can assist with?
she will be back this sunday can i give them all the info and have her aressted and will what would that do too her
Yes you can give them all the info.If they locate her on her return, yes, they can charge her with the crime of theft.If you are satisfied that your questions have been answered, kindly select the ACCEPT button to close this thread and so that I receive credit for assisting you today.
what will happen to her if i press charges
I can't speculate what the judge will do. Judge has 100% discretion.
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