According to an mlive.com article posted Tuesday, no requests for charges against Westwood Mall Dog Rescuer Alex Soper have been made to Blackman-Leoni Police. Blackman-Leoni officials and Jackson County Central Dispatch also have no record of a call for assistance at Westwood Mall on June 16, 2014, the day of the incident. That Monday was when Soper was approached by a concerned citizen who asked him to break a stranger's window to retrieve a puppy locked inside of a car in extreme temperatures. The article also goes on to state that the dog, named Elsa, was successfully returned to her owner. Elsa's owner was upset about the broken window but felt Soper's action was justified.

What do you know? Common sense prevails in the eyes of the law, and in the mind of the puppy's owner. That's refreshing...for once!