Man Claims He Was Bullied By Off Duty Animal Control Officer

Man Claims He Was Bullied By Off Duty Animal Control Officer

An off duty animal control officer is accused of being a bully after a Monday night incident.
MEMPHIS, TN--An off duty animal control officer is accused of being a bully after a Monday night incident.

Jake Schorr said even though there is a no trespassing sign on his gate, animal control officer Glen Andrews just wouldn’t listen.

Schorr’s family owns a horse stable in North Memphis and operates the horse driven carriage rides in downtown Memphis. Schorr said the city employee appeared on his property claiming he had a right to be there for a personnel matter. When Schorr questioned who he was and why he was there it got ugly.

According to police records, the animal control officer flipped out his badge and said, “I don’t have to go anywhere.”

Schott said Andrews threatened him and implied he was a police officer.

No one with Memphis Animal Services would go on camera, but they told Local 24 News they would look into the matter.

Though shelter administrator James Rogers said it did not happen on the clock, he did not know what could be done.

Schorr feels like a city employee used his position to bully a citizen and something has to be done.

Schorr’s father, who owns the carriage company that caters to all the downtown tourists, is so upset with what happened at his stable that he is filing a complaint with Mayor AC Wharton.

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