I'm raising money for a reward to give an incentive for someone to come forward with information on the person/persons that beat an opossum with a golf club breaking her jaw and blinding her on Tues, January 7th, 2020...
A baby opossum was found beaten until she was blinded at a Hilton Head golf course in South Carolina, according to the Wildlife Rehab of Greenville. The opossum, now named Scarlett, was found on Tuesday, January 7th, 2020 with a broken jaw, one eye protruding, the other eye injured and a large gash on her throat, Wendy Watson, the president of the Wildlife Rehab of Greenville, told CNN. "The injuries are indicative of being struck with a golf club," Watson says. The opossum, who is less than a year old, weighs two pounds and still has her baby teeth.
I'm raising money for a reward to give an incentive for someone to come forward with information on the person/persons that beat an opossum with a golf club breaking her jaw and blinding her on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, on one of the Hilton Head Golf Courses in Hilton Head South Carolina.
The reward will be evenly split among the individuals who come forward with information that leads to the arrest of the person/persons responsible. If no one receives the reward, funds collected will be donated to a nonprofit animal sanctuary. Mr. Friedman is responsible for receiving money from the fundraising web site and distribution of the reward.
To be eligible for the reward please send your tips to EACH of the following:
1. Send a text to this number 847411 in your message type SCDNR followed by your tip
3. Call SCDNR tipline 1-800-922-5431
You can remain anonymous
When submitting a tip
Be prepared to give the fullest possible account of the incident including the name, address, age, and description of the suspect, vehicle description, the direction of travel, license number, type of violation and when and where it occurred. You do not have to give your name.
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