FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (WUSA) -- In an odd trial about neighbors arguing about un-scooped poop, a woman was acquitted from the charges of not picking up after her pooch.
The trial went to jury early Tuesday afternoon after a slew of witnesses took the stand to testify about the mess in question.
Kimberly Zakrzewski, 46, was out walking Baxter, her friend's dog, back in April.
Virginia Cornell, a neighbor, said she saw Zakrzewski walk away after Baxter relieved himself at the Penderbrook complex nearby.
Zakrzewski said she carries plastic bags on each walk and never leaves any poop behind.
So after thousands of dollars invested in the case, Zakrzewski was found to not be a number-2-neglecting neighbor.
Watch the video and full coverage of this trial on 9NEWS NOW at 5 p.m and 6 p.m.