U.S.

Evil burglar stomps on head of family’s dog killing it while robbing their home

By William Martin 4:38 PM November 2, 2017
Andrew Jesse King

A father said that he will not put up bail for his son who killed his neighbor’s family pet while burglarizing the victim’s home.

Police were called to a home in San Antonio, Texas, at around 4:00 a.m., after a man woke up to find two burglars in his home.

Converse police said that the 76-year-old victim woke up to find the two burglars robbing his home.

When the thieves saw him, they fled. The victim then went to check his home to see if anything was taken.

He soon found his chihuahua dead on the hallway floor.

Converse police lieutenant Robert Avella said that the thieves took weapons, jewelry, car keys, and electronics, but it is the loss of the family’s beloved pet that is most disturbing.

Officers discovered that a brick had been thrown through a rear bedroom window giving the two access to the home.

2 days after the crime was committed, someone contacted the police, saying that a 16-year-old male offered to sell him a shotgun.

Police spoke to the teen, who admitted to his role in the burglary.

The teen, who was not identified due to his age, told police that he broke into the home with 20-year-old Andrew Jesse King, who is the victim’s neighbor.

The two live a few houses away from each other, according to police.

The teenager also said that King attempted to strangle the victim’s dog, but when it did not die, he stomped the dog’s head until it was dead.

King did not seem to be remorseful of his crime. He was seen smiling in his mugshot.

Very few items were recovered after the arrests of the suspects.

King faces charges of burglary and animal cruelty.