Police went to Jenelle and David’s house Tuesday night to perform a welfare check on Ensley. Officers found everyone, including Ensley, was okay.
As for the dog, a law enforcement source said that David told cops Nugget was alive, although he would not let them see the dog. The ops have no evidence showing anything happened to the dog.
The Columbus County Sheriff’s Dept. says it’s contacted Animal Control, but as far as any further investigation from cops, sources say Jenelle would need to make a report on her own. We’re told officers won’t act on “sensationalized media reports or social media posts.” The source said it’s irrelevant to cops what Jenelle says on IG.
David explained his decision to put the dog down, saying … “I don’t give a damn what animal bites my baby on the face… whether it be your dog or mine, a dog is a dog and I don’t put up with that s**t at all.”
Meanwhile, PETA says it hopes charges are filed against Eason if it’s true he shot Nugget. They say, “People who abuse animals typically don’t stop there.”
The story seems to be taking a turn for the worse after Jenelle posted a statement on Instagram regarding a possible divorce.