HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Police have arrested a person accused of viciously stabbing a canine dozens of occasions and leaving it to die in a suitcase, studies Q13 sister-station WGHP.
The Solar Sentinel reported that Brandan Evans, 31, of Hollywood, Fla., is charged within the excessive-profile demise of Ollie the pit bull.
Evans was charged Wednesday with aggravated animal cruelty and will potential resist 5 years in jail if convicted.
Police discovered knives, dried blood and animal fur in his house, in response to the paper.
Ollie died in October days after being present in a suitcase. The canine had been stabbed greater than 50 occasions and left for lifeless. Someone discovered the suitcase and referred to as 911.
The canine was rushed to the hospital, the place docs had hoped he would pull via.
The suspect was arrested after being linked to DNA taken from the suitcase, in accordance with the Solar Sentinel.
Evans reportedly claimed to be a “voodoo priest” who practiced religions recognized for sacrificing animals.
He was jailed beneath a $one hundred,000 bond and won’t be eligible to be launched earlier than his trial as a result of he’s dealing with different, unrelated expenses.