It's a dog abuse story so horrific it has captured the world's attention and kept numerous investigative agencies in two U.S. states on the case.
Now, authorities in Quincy, Mass. believe they have the man who abused "Puppy Doe," a two year old pit bull left for dead in a park and tortured so badly that she had to be euthanized due to her injuries.
During a news conference on Monday, Quincy Police Chief Paul Keenan announced the arrest of Radoslaw Artur Czerkawski, 32, a Polish immigrant living in New Britain, Conn.
Czerkawski was arrested last Wednesday in New Britain on a charge of misleading a police investigation. Keenan says that Czerkawski waived rendition and was taken back to Massachusetts on Monday to be arraigned Tuesday morning. The charges include misleading a police investigation, as well as 11 counts of animal cruelty, felonies, which carry a total of five years in prison, according to Keenan.
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