Levi Pislea, 22, who worked for an independent delivery service, was convicted of stealing Wilma, a small schnauzer, when she delivered an Amazon parcel last April. According to Court News UK, Richard Guttfield, owner of Wilma, discovered 11-month-old dog from his home in Marsworth, southeast of England, on April 27. After discovering that Wilma was lost in the same time as his Amazon arrived the parcel, he contacted the online retailer. The Pislean manager asked him about the dog, but the driver refused Wilma, or entered the garden where he was kept. An app, however, declares the truth: It tracks his steps around the house of Guttfield and in the garden.
The writer of Pislea reported to him in the police after he went to his house and sought Wilma there.
Wilma returned home four days after the robbery, and again met Guttfield's second dog, Fred.
"It's great to be sitting here with a cup of tea in my pups together," Guttfield wrote on Facebook.
Pislea rejected Wilma's robbery, claiming she found a mile away from home ̵
The High Court of Wycombe Establishes the Court, however, authorizes him in a 12-month community order and 150 hours of unpaid work. He must also pay £ 705 ($ 914) costs.
Andrew Morgan, district court chapel for the Crown Prosecution Service, says: "Pislea was liar when he said that he was not near the garden where the dog had been found to be proven by the data tracker his steps are clear and the garden is secure, meaning the dog can not be pulled out of its own. "
He added:" He denied any dog knowledge when he was directly asked about it, and did not made the effort to consolidate it with its owner within four days of its possession, which all imply its intention to keep it. "