A man accused of a violent crime, against a helpless puppy, has been arrested and charged in New York.
According to Friday's New York Post, 27-year-old Darnell Saulsbury was nabbed by the authorities at Penn Station, ending a four-month long quest to bring the man to justice.
Saulsbury was arrested and charged with felony animal cruelty for allegedly slashing a five-month-old puppy for 45 agonizing minutes in the lobby of a building in Harlem.
Surveillance cameras captured the heinous crime which involved the use of a knife and a broken bottle, and resulted in the untimely, torturous demise of the pup.
According to a law enforcement agent who viewed the footage,
"It would make you sick,"
The assistant district attorney successfully argued to Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Michael Obus, that Saulsbury be held without bail.
Saulsbury has a history of mental illness, and violence. The man managed to elude the authorities for four months with the help of his family.
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