Girl Gaga’s alleged canine walker James Jackson has been re-arrested after an unintended launch

Los Angeles police re-arrested the man involved in Lady Gaga’s dog walking shooting Wednesday, nearly four months after the gunman was mistakenly released from prison.

James Howard Jackson, 19, was charged with attempted murder when he was arrested a second time in Palmdale, California after a huge multi-functional agency huntingAccording to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

An “armed and dangerous” fugitive was on the run for attempted murder when he was mistakenly released from prison on April 6.

His victim, Ryan FischerIn 2021, when Lady Gaga’s dog was kidnapped, he was shot in the chest and suffered a collapsed lung.

Jackson is one of three suspects who allegedly shot Fisher in 2021 on February 24, when he was walking with the artist’s three French bulldogs. caught in a video ambush.

The trio took off with two dogs, Koji and Gustav. Partner returned two days later hoping to collect the $500,000 reward the pop star had promised for his safe return.

Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, was shot and killed while walking his dogs last February.

Jackson was arrested along with Jaylin White (19) and Lafayette White (27) in 2021. in April They were charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to commit robbery and robbery during the commission of a crime.

Two others, Harold White and Jennifer McBride, were charged as accessories: McBride played the role of finding the dogs.

Investigators said the suspects did not know about the French can fetch thousands on the black market – owned by the “Born This Way” singer and targeting dogs purely for their resale value.

Members of the media and neighbors walk near North Sierra Bonita Ave., where the 2021  February 25  Lady Gaga's dog walker and her two French bulldogs have been shot and killed in Los Angeles.
The shooting happened on North Sierra Bonita Avenue in Los Angeles.
in 2022  April 3  Lady Gaga attends the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
At the time of the crime, the shooters allegedly did not know who the dogs belonged to.
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But police believe the suspected dog thieves were scared off by all the publicity surrounding Gaga’s lost kittens – and gave up the dogs in an attempt to cash in on the hefty reward.

Jackson was released from a Los Angeles jail after a clerical error revealed that the original charges against him had been dropped by the prison system. The indictment was supposed to be superseded by a grand jury indictment that was never filed, the report said.

The U.S. Marshals Service offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to Jackson’s arrest after the LA County Sheriff’s Department asked the agency to get involved.

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