LADY Gaga’s dog walker said he was “deeply concerned” that the shooting suspect was “at large” after he was “mistakenly freed”.
Ryan Fischer was shot dead on February 24, 2021 while walking the singer’s three French bulldogs, Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo.
Earlier this week it was announced that suspected gunman James Jackson was wrongly released from prison.
However, Los Angeles police are now conducting a “general manhunt” to bring the suspect back into custody.
Ryan has since released a statement urging the alleged shooter to “puke up.”
“While I am deeply concerned about the events leading up to his release, I am confident that law enforcement will rectify the mistake.
“I urge Mr. Jackson to surrender to the authorities, whatever the outcome of the courts’ determination of the crime committed against me,” Ryan said.
“Thank you to everyone who is supporting me during this time,” he concluded.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed in a statement that defendant James Jackson was released in error due to a “clerical error.”
The erroneous release came after the suspect attended a court hearing Tuesday at the Clara Shortridge Criminal Justice Center.
Jackson was then released the next day.
The sheriff’s department statement said, “The investigation continues and the LASD Major Crimes Bureau is actively working to bring Mr. Jackson back into custody.”
Ryan suffered a collapsed lung after the shooting.
Jackson was arrested along with two other documented gang members and charged with attempted murder and armed robbery.
The puppies were returned to the police two days later and were not injured.
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/5093162/lady-gaga-walker-concerned-suspect-on-loose/ Lady Gaga’s dog walker says he is “deeply concerned” that the suspect who was shot dead is “at large” after he was “mistakenly freed.”