Teen Stabs Puppy

| June 25, 2013
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Breaking NewsOn 06/25/2013 at 1414 hrs. officers responded to the 200 block of Mountain Rd. Linthicum Md. 21090 for a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers located at 14 year old juvenile who had just stabbed the family puppy.

Upon officer’s arrival, the juvenile was located in his bedroom along with the family puppy covered in blood and appeared to have been stabbed in the throat and stomach area. The animal was deceased and was lying on its side in the juvenile’s bed. Next to the animal at the foot of the bed was a kitchen knife covered in blood.

The juvenile was taken into custody with-out incident and had what appeared to be blood on his arms legs and a pair of shorts he was wearing.

Investigation revealed that the puppy was a 10 week old St. Bernard. There were no prior animal control reports of problems with this puppy. There is no evidence that the puppy provoked the juvenile in this incident.

When he was taken into custody he did not provide an explanation as to why he stabbed the puppy.

The juvenile was transported to the hospital for medical treatment.

The juvenile was charged with animal cruelty on a juvenile citation. The juvenile was released back into his father’s custody.

Anne Arundel County Animal Control has taken custody of the remains of the puppy for follow up.

Source: AACoPD

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Category: Anne Arundel County Crime, Breaking News, Crime News

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  • Maureen J. Mills

    another psychopath-in-the-making…

  • Maureen J. Mills

    …and the parents of this juvenile r where?

  • Sapna

    Will this incident / juvenile charge be reported to the teen’s school? The schools should be made of aware of such incidents. Is Anne Arundel County police required to report such incidents to the juvenile suspect’s school? I really hope so.

    • http://www.eyeonannapolis.net/ John Frenaye

      Incredibly good point. I will see what I can find out!

  • the dude

    sickening, fry that kid!

  • di

    Jesus…a serial killer in the making. What the hell is wrong with these kids. Should have locked him in a juvvie det. smfh.

  • Guest

    This boy needs mental health treatment ASAP. Otherwise, he will be another Jeffrey Dahmer. This boy should have been held at least 72 hours in the pschiatric ward. This should be a requirement! Not released to his parents so fast. SMH!

  • 123tl78

    Sad for the puppy. A serial killer in the making. There is no justification for that kind of cruelty, no matter what age. Maybe he can be helped. Maybe. It’s worth a try when he’s still a teenager.

  • jford1016

    I think this kid is an idiot. Lock him up forever. Fricking waste of space.