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Man accused of shooting Lady Gaga’s dog walker mistakenly released from jail

Man accused of shooting Lady Gaga

A 19-year-old man arrested over the shooting of Lady Gaga’s dog-walker has been released from jail in California by mistake, the authorities have mentioned.

James Jackson, 19, Jaylin White, 19, and Lafayette Whaley, 27, had been charged after the incident last February, accused of attempted homicide, second-degree theft, and conspiracy to commit theft in reference to the shooting of Ryan Fischer, who was strolling the music artist’s French bulldogs.

In accordance with booking records obtained by E! News, charges filed towards James Howard Jackson, 18, have been dismissed after his court docket appearance on April 6. Several regulation enforcement sources instructed NBCLA that the dismissal was “an administrative mistake” and {that a} substitute felony case ought to have been filed instead, however because both the court docket and jail records weren’t updated immediately—the error led to Jackson’s launch on Wednesday.

Jackson was mistakenly freed following an look in court docket on Wednesday, NBC first reported, citing unnamed sources.

Jackson is the alleged shooter in the incident and can be accused of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and of carrying a hid firearm in a car while being a felon.

Two French bulldogs belonging to the singer – Koji and Gustav – have been stolen within the incident, just a month after Lady Gaga sang the Star-Spangled Banner at Joe Biden’s inauguration at the US Capitol following the riot by extremist supporters of Donald Trump there days earlier.

A 3rd dog, Miss Asia, managed to evade capture and was recovered by police.

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