The thief of Lady Gaga’s dogs accidentally released a suspect, who has now been apprehended.

On January 20, 2021, Lady Gaga will perform the national anthem at Joe Biden’s inauguration at the U.S. Capitol. hidden caption Saul Loeb/Pool Photo via AP

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via AP, Saul Loeb/Pool image LA LOS ANGELES Authorities have reported the capture of a suspect who was unintentionally freed from a Los Angeles County jail after being detained on suspicion of shooting Lady Gaga’s dog walker and stealing her French bulldogs.

James Howard Jackson, 19, was detained on Wednesday, almost five months after being let go from custody while awaiting trial “due to a clerical error,” according to a statement from the county Sheriff’s Department.

Jackson was one of five people detained in relation to the Hollywood attack on February 24, 2021.
The U.S. Marshals Service announced a reward of up to $5,000 last month for information that results in his capture.
One of the three males accused in the crime, who was arrested with Jackson, entered a not guilty plea to second-degree robbery.
According to NBC4, Deputy District Attorney Michele Hanisee announced that 20-year-old Jaylin Keyshawn White was promptly given a four-year state prison sentence.

According to the prosecution, Jackson and two other alleged gang members drove about hunting for pricey French bulldogs to take. They then followed Ryan Fischer as he walked Lady Gaga’s dogs close to Sunset Boulevard and robbed him. Fischer was with Asia, Koji, and Gustav, the pop star’s three canines.

Fischer was beaten, choked, and eventually shot after a struggle that was seen on the doorbell video of a nearby house.
Fischer may be seen screaming in the video “Dear God! It was shot at me!” “Support me!” additionally saying, “My chest is bleeding!”
Fischer had a lung injury. He wrote on Instagram a month or so after the crime that his recovery was going well.

Two days later, a lady who claimed to have discovered the pop star’s canines chained to a pole returned them and inquired about Lady Gaga’s promise of a $500,000 reward if the puppies were returned “no questions asked.” The artist was filming a movie at the time in Rome.

The woman was accused of receiving stolen stuff, while the suspect’s father is accused of assisting the other suspect in eluding capture.

When the county district attorney’s office filed a superseding indictment charging Jackson with attempted murder, conspiring to commit a robbery, and assault with a semiautomatic pistol, Jackson had already been charged with the attack and had entered a not guilty plea.