UPDATE: A woman whose dog is back in the hospital for poisoning treatment says she's being threatened for talking to police.
Judy Miers says she told police who she thinks is poisoning dogs in Comstock Park in Pahrump.
"I've been threatened," Miers said. "My granddaughter and her boyfriend were threatened. If we didn't stop (talking(, they were going to break our windows out."
The threats didn't stop Miers from participating in a meeting with Lucy Karp, the HOA president, Monday.
Residents have been frustrated at the HOA's seeming indifference to this issue.
Karp says they'll be putting up notices on the community bulletin boards and will alert residents about what's happening at meetings and in newsletters.
She says no formal complaints have been filed with the office, and it's a matter to be dealt with by police.
Nye County Sheriff’s Office are investigating reports of poisoned dogs.
Officials said they have received four different complaints of poisoned dogs in the Comstock Park area of Pahrump.
The Sheriff’s Office believes these instances are all related and asks that anyone with information contact detectives at 775-751-7000 or confidentially via e-mail at email@example.com.