The teenager is accused of breaking into the home of a deaf 80-year-old woman and baptizing her little dog against DEATH
- A teenager from Queensland reportedly stabbed an older woman's dog to death
- The police claim that he broke into the woman's house while she slept inside
- He would have stabbed the dog to death before he stole jewelry and fled
- The 80-year-old woman found her dog stabbed to death the next morning
A teenager is accused of breaking into a weak deaf woman's house before killing her loving lap dog while sleeping in her room.
The police will claim that on the evening of May 19, the teenager broke into the 80-year-old woman Mount Gravatt before she started wriggling through her possessions.
It is claimed that the 17-year-old Daisy Hill boy reached the woman's room and fell asleep inside with her two-year-old dog.
A teenager is accused of breaking into the home of a vulnerable old deaf woman and killing her loving lap dog while sleeping in her room
The teenager is said to have stabbed the puppy to death by using an unknown weapon before taking a number of the woman's valuables, including jewelry, before fleeing the scene.
The woman did not wake up during the alleged burglary or killing her dog and unfortunately woke up the next morning to find that he had been stabbed.
She immediately called the police who opened a forensic crime scene.
He was arrested 11 days later by the police and charged with six counts of burglary and offenses.
He was also accused of four counts of entering buildings and walkable crimes, two counts of possession of dangerous drugs and one counts each of serious animal abuse, obstructs the police and fails to take precautionary measures regarding a syringe.
If the teenager is younger than 18, he will be treated according to the provisions of the Justice Justice Act.
The teenager is said to have stabbed the puppy to death with an unknown weapon before taking away some of the woman's valuables including jewelry before fleeing the scene (stock image)
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