On Wednesday, the San Antonio, Texas, Police Department announced the arrest of a man who is accused of killing a puppy, and threatening to do the same to family members. The Department advised that tips from the public led to the arrest of 25- year-old Guadalupe Sanchez.
The release explains:
UPDATE: Thanks to tips from the public 25- year-old Guadalupe Sanchez was arrested this afternoon by Balcones Heights police in the 4400 block of Fredericksburg Road. Sanchez is accused of recording the choking and stabbing of a puppy. After killing the puppy, Sanchez made threats to family members to do the same to them. He will face a felony charge of Cruelty to Animals and Terroristic Threats (Family). Thank you again to the public and Balcones Heights police for helping us arrest Sanchez.
Sanchez had recorded the heinous act of animal cruelty – by the time that the authorities were alerted to the situation, the puppy had died. Prior article about this situation here.
(Image via San Antonio Police Department FB page)
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