Quincy, Ma.-- After more than a month of investigating and chasing possible leads, Quincy police have confirmed this afternoon that Radoslaw Czerkawski, 32, was taken into custody in New Britain, Ct., as a person of interest. As of late, Czerkawski has been charged with misleading investigators in the Puppy Doe case. A press conference will be held at 4 p.m. to release additional details.
Back in September, word came out about a female pit bull abused so severely she had to be euthanized as life would never be comfortable for her given the extent of her injuries.
Original article: Stabbed, starved and severely beaten in Quincy
Follow-up article: UPDATE: Stabbed, starved and severely beaten in Quincy
The support from individuals who want to see justice served in Puppy Doe's case continues to climb. A vigil was held this past Saturday in New York on what is know as National Pit Bull Awareness Day as well as a vigil in Quincy, Ma. held on September 28, which produced a crowd of over 700 supporters.
Quincy Police have stressed the importance of finding the perpetrator or perpetrators as it is believed torture of this extent is oftentimes part of a pattern of sadistic cruelty. Their main concern is with the nature of the attacks; the likelihood of this individual to attack again with another animal or a vulnerable individual is great.
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