Man Who Shot Lady Gaga’s Dog Walker Was Accidentally Released From Jail, Manhunt Launched

( According to authorities, the man who was accused of shooting Lady Gaga’s dog walker last year in an attempt to steal the singer’s three French bulldogs was “erroneously” released from a Los Angeles jail in April as a result of a clerical mistake. They also offered a reward for information that would help catch him. The reward is $5,000 for information that results in the 19-year-old James Howard Jackson’s arrest.

In February of 2021, while walking Lady Gaga’s dogs in a Hollywood neighborhood, Ryan Fischer was believed to have been shot in the chest with a .40-caliber revolver by Jackson. He was charged with attempted murder and second-degree robbery.

According to officials, Jackson should be considered armed and dangerous.

Authorities described Jackson as a 5-foot, 6-inch-tall, 120-pound black male with black hair and brown eyes. Law enforcement requests that anybody with knowledge of his location get in touch with them immediately.

Despite his grave concerns over the circumstances surrounding his release, Fischer expressed his confidence that law enforcement would correct any mistakes. He requested that Mr. Jackson turn himself in to the police.

According to the authorities, two of the five persons who were detained in April were charged as accessories after the fact. Jackson and Jaylin White, both 19 years old, and Lafayette Whaley, 27, were each accused on one count of attempted murder, robbery in the second degree, and conspiracy to commit robbery.

White’s father, 42-year-old Harold White, and his partner, 51-year-old Jennifer McBride, were charged as accomplices in the shooting.

According to local reports, days after the shooting, McBride, who was not a suspect at the time, claimed to have found the dogs chained to a pole. She asked about the prize money provided by Lady Gaga, who had previously pledged a $500,000 reward for the safe return of her canines, Koji and Gustav.

According to reports, the U.S. Marshals Service has been asked to help the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Major Crime Team discover and apprehend Jackson.

What did the criminals use as their defense? Did they tell the court they were just “born this way”?