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Man accused of kicking his dog in Fort Myers

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Man accused of kicking his dog in Fort Myers

Man accused of kicking his dog in Fort Myers

The Lee County Sheriff's Office says a deputy saw 35-year-old Gaudehcio Garcia walking a dog along Maple Drive in Pine Manor on Saturday and watched as Garcia kicked the small black and white dog when the pup was trying to go to the bathroom.

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Man accused of kicking his dog in Fort Myers

WHAT LED UP TO THEIR DEATH.WE’LL BE SURE TO UPDATE YOU ASSOON AS WE KNOW ANYTHING.A FORT MYERS HAS BEEN ARRESTEDFOR KICKING..

AND CHOKING HISDOG.THE LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFSAYS A DEPUTY SAW GAUDEHCIOGARCIA KICK A SMALL BLACK ANDWHITE DOG WHEN THE PUP WASTRYING TO GO TO THE BATHROOM.THE DEPUTY ALSO SAYS HE SAWGARCIA LIFT THE DOG BY A ROPEATTACHED TO THE COLLAR..

OFF THEGROUND AND THEN DROPPED ANIMAL..BEFORE KICKING THE DOG THREETIMES ON THE NECK AND HEAD.GARCIA WAS PLACED UNDER ARR




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