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3 sought in Auburn dog-beating case
Full story: http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=dog09m&date=20060809

By Nathan Hurst
Seattle Times staff reporter

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					 										Henry A. Sadowski																	

					 										Tabitha L. Sadowski																	

					 										Thomas A. Brundige																																

Auburn police are searching for three people in connection with a case of suspected animal cruelty that left a dog with multiple skull fractures.

The three suspects -- Henry A. Sadowski, Tabitha L. Sadowski and Thomas A. Brundige -- were reportedly seen July 27 on the banks of the Green River beating a dog with a baseball bat, said Sgt. Jamie Sidell, Auburn police spokesman. They are wanted on warrants in connection with the dog beating.

Bystanders called police, but the suspects left the area before authorities arrived.

Police found the dog, called Buddy, nearly immobilized from its injuries but were unable to locate the suspects, who are believed to be homeless, Sidell said. Only Henry Sadowski has a recent permanent address listed in Washington, according to public records.

Police said Henry and Tabitha Sadowski are in their early 20s and Brundige is in his early 50s. It was unclear to police whether the two Sadowskis are related.

Sidell said the dog, which on Tuesday was still recovering in the care of King County Animal Control, may have belonged to one of the suspects.

All three have criminal histories, Sidell said, but no record of animal abuse. If found, they face first-degree animal-cruelty charges.

"I can't even begin to speculate why they would do this," Sidell said. "Luckily we don't get many of these cases."

Nathan Hurst: 206-464-2112 or nhurst@seattletimes.com

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