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Publication: Kalamazoo Gazette Date: 06/08/1993
Publication: The Kalamazoo Gazette
Date: 06/08/1993 (06/08/1993)
PIZZERIA SHUT AFTER DOG FOUND IN FREEZER
MIKE TYREE GAZETTE STAFF WRITER
State Department of Treasury officials seized a
Kalamazoo pizzeria Monday and county health officials
closed the business after discovering the remains of a
puppy in its freezer, among numerous health
Also more than 30 live dogs and two cats were rescued
from a cramped garage adjacent to Jake’s Pizza, 4006
W. Michigan, said Robert Gregersen, director of
Kalamazoo County’s Animal Control Division.
Jack Jadkowski, the county’s health department program
supervisor, said the business was closed because of
“cleanliness” problems, because “food on the
premise was not in good condition, some was spoiled,”
and because “chemicals, cleaners, and medications
were strewn all over.
“They had a puppy . . . wrapped up in a freezer,”
Jadkowski said. “There was no evidence per se that
(dog meat) was being used.” He said storing the dog
in a freezer “definitely” was a violation of the
county health code.
The health department cited the pizza parlor for minor
code violations in March, but the business quickly
corrected the problems, Jadkowski said.
Treasury officials had little to say about Monday’s
seizure of the pizzeria. Bobbie McKennon, special
assistant to the state treasurer, said: “We executed
a warrant for seizure of property. That generally
happens when something’s owed the state.”
County records indicate a federal lien and two state
liens have been filed against Craig Breed, owner of
Jake’s Pizza. Breed was jailed Monday on four
misdemeanor charges issued by Kalamazoo city and
county agencies. The misdemeanors include three counts
of failing to purchase dog licenses, according to the
Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety. The fourth
misdemeanor charge was for non-payment of child
support. Breed could face civil and/or criminal
charges in the case, McKennon said, but added that
confidentiality laws prevented her from commenting
The state attorney general’s office also worked on the
case, but spokesman Chris DeWitt would not discuss
details of the seizure.
Jake’s Pizza owed nearly $5,000 in 1991 and 1992 local
taxes, according to Kalamazoo city and county records.
The state’s seizure actions would have been based on
outstanding state income taxes, McKennon said. She
declined to comment on the taxes owed.
The county’s environmental health department ordered
the pizzeria closed when unsanitary conditions were
discovered following the Treasury Department’s seizure
of the business Monday, Jadkowski said. Twenty-nine
dogs and two cats were discovered inside a small
garage adjacent to the pizzeria, Gregerson said. Three
other dogs were found outside the business in a pen,
he said. The animals, including some puppies, appeared
in good shape, although sanitary conditions inside the
garage were poor, he said.
City ordinance limits the number of pets per home or
establishment to three. The rescued animals were taken
to the county animal shelter.
County records show Breed owns Jake’s Pizza while two
Kalamazoo couples own the property at 4006 W.
Michigan. When contacted Monday, one of the property
owners, Martha Paul, said she knew nothing about
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