The San Francisco police arrested a burglary suspect on Saturday thought to have tossed a Chihuahua to his death from the seventh floor parking garage after breaking into the owner’s vehicle.
According to KocoNews5, Wakeen Best, 35, was arrested after a police sergeant spotted him near Polk and Bush Streets. Officers had been responding to a report concerning an auto burglary and a dead dog. The victim had returned to his car and saw his four-year-old Chihuahua being held by an unknown person. At first the owner thought his dog had escaped from the car and had fallen from the seventh floor of the parking garage, but then he saw his car had been broken into and damaged.
The window of the car had been broken and there were trails of blood leading to a ledge where the defenseless little pooch named Dunky had been tossed to the concrete sidewalk and street below. Police were able to secure video and audio evidence from a dash camera of the heinous animal cruelty crime and vehicle break-in.
Best was recognized by authorities from “prior contacts”. He now faces burglary charges, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon, vandalism, probation violation, possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of a court order.
Poor little Dunky never had a chance. Rest in peace little one.
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