The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office investigated the shooting.During the course of the investigation, they found multiple videos of the shooting filmed by Heng and Rollins and text messages discussing the shooting. What that meant for him was preparing me to someday be a husband (to a woman) and father.(This story was updated Wednesday evening, correcting an address in the fourth paragraph.)Marinna Rollins told her Facebook friends on April 17 that she found a new home for her PTSD therapy dog, Cam.
The Fayetteville Observer obtained a copy of three videos taken by Heng and Rollins.“Let me hit him once,” Heng said as he filmed the shooting.“He didn’t like her having friends.”In April, Rollins began posting on Facebook in attempt to find Cam a new home.She told her friend that caring for him was too expensive.When Rollins’ husband, who is in the Army, learned that he was assigned to go to South Korea, he said Rollins begged him to keep Huey.“She cried,” Rollins’ husband said. Rollins’ friends knew the dog simply as “Cam.”She also got Cam certified as an emotional support animal for post-traumatic stress disorder, according to friends.Friends said she has been diagnosed with additional mental health issues.