A Cape Cod firefighter, accused of abusing a woman and hurling a five-month-old puppy into a wall, has been denied bail because he is being considered a danger to the community. According to MassLive, the accused man, 27-year-old Sebastian Pessini, is in custody for a domestic assault situation in 2015.
Pessini, with the Dennis Fire Department, is accused of pinning a woman against a wall, throwing her to the ground and threatening to kill her, in addition to hurling a puppy against a wall, reports the Cape Cod Times. The alleged victim told the authorities that the abuse had been ongoing for approximately two years.
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Pessini was arrested on Monday and he is currently on paid administrative leave from the fire department. He has denied the allegations against him.
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