Jenelle Evans& # 39; husband David Eason, will not be brought to justice for the murder of their family's dog … and investigators say that halfway through their findings, Evans told his story and said that all this was a waterfall of public relations .
The Columbus County Sheriff's Office stated that when MPs began to go to Evans' home, she stated that David had taken the dog out and that she had heard a gunshot … although she has never seen the dog being shot. Investigators said that several weeks later, during a follow-up interview, Jenelle had told her story, claiming that she had never even heard a shot and did not know what was going on. It had happened to the dog.
According to the investigators, Evans claimed that all this was just for advertising. However, the cops say that Jenelle revealed that she just wanted everything to go away … so it is possible that the public excuse was just to end the investigation and protect her family.
The police claim to have conducted a thorough search of the property and never found any weapon, blood or evidence of the death of any animal. Combine that with Evans saying that she invented everything … and that the investigation is over.
As we reported … the saga started on May 1 when Jenelle claimed on social media that she was heart broken and helpless on the loss of his French bulldog, Nugget. Her husband, David, said that he had killed the dog because he had bitten the couple's 2-year-old daughter, Ensley.
The alleged dog killing has had serious consequences for Jenelle's family … she has temporarily lost custody of his three children in the fallout.
The Columbus County Sheriff's Office has announced the closing of the investigation and will not file any complaints against Jenelle for producing a false police report.