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An Idaho middle school science teacher who reportedly fed a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of his students remained the subject of a police investigation Tuesday.
The reported incident in Robert Crosland’s classroom allegedly happened after school hours on March 7 at Preston Junior High School, located roughly 300 miles east of Boise.
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“Preston School District was made aware of a regrettable circumstance involving some of the biological specimens at Preston Jr. High,” the district said in a statement. “We emphasize that at no time was the safety of students or staff compromised.”
Police told FOX13 the dog was alive when it allegedly was presented as a meal for the turtle.
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"We’re investigating the facts and turning it over to the prosecutor. He’s the one who will determine if the law has been broken," said Franklin County Sheriff David Fryar.
The dog also had an illness at the time of its death, which originally was reported to police by a local animal activist after a teacher told her about the alleged incident, according to FOX13.
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"What I have learned in the last four days is disgusting. It is sick. It is sick," said Jill Parrish, the activist.
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