A judge set bond at $25,000 Friday and a jailer said the woman was still being held Friday. Her next court appearance is scheduled for April 21.
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3. Her boss was a Vet? I mean, I can't imagine a Vet that needed to "chill out". The animals he cared for must have felt it, because they can sense these kinds of things. I had an Irish Setter once who, the minute we got to the Vet's office parking lot...would stiffen her legs and not walk and we had to drag her in. She'd literally "put on the brakes" and not want to go a step farther. Don't tell ME they can't tell when something at the Vets is not gong to be pleasant when they get there! So, you can imagine how a hard-ass, hyper Vet wouldn't send signals to any animal he treated to try to get the heck out of Dodge.
6. Tranquilizers aren't such a bad thing, right? Maybe it was Boss's Day and she just wanted to give him a present? A little trinket for Duckett. Geesh! What's the big deal?
10. Wonder how this woman will explain this incident when she goes job hunting for another job? I can hear it now:
Job interviewer: "Have you ever had a misdemeanor, a felony or been arrested for anything?"
Her: "Ummm...well, kind of".
Job Interviewer: "????"
Her: "Well, I had this boss....." "I cleaned cages at a Vet's office, and you see my boss was this maniac...." "I kind of....umm....put a little (just a little) tranquilizers into his coffee one day.."
Job Interviewer: "You did WHAT?"
Her: "I didn't hurt him. I just wanted a few moments of peace and quiet." "If he would have just chilled out a little, I wouldn't have had to resort to..."
Job Interviewer: "SECURITY!!!!".......