Updated: Apr 27
- California, USA -
UPDATE: April 27, 2021
On Monday, April 26, the FBI and the Riverside Police Department arrested 19-year-old ANGEL RAMOS-CORRALES (pictured below), after being charged with animal crushing, a federal crime for causing serious injury that carries up to a seven-year prison sentence if convicted.
RAMOS-CORRALES was initially arrested in February after police were alerted to a video on Snapchat showing RAMOS-CORRALES slitting the throat of his Chihuahua puppy named Canelo.
According to the press release by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, on the video, a person believed to be RAMOS-CORRALES “makes a series of statements, including “I’m cold-hearted,” and then callously kicks the still-alive dog.”
~ Orinal story:
The Riverside Police Department reports that on Saturday, February 13, at approximately 7:45 p.m., the City of Riverside’s Public Safety Communications Center received a call regarding a social media post showing the possible killing of a dog.
In a Facebook post the Department wrote: “The video depicted a small dog with a large laceration to its neck and gasping for air as a young male adult stood over it making comments about what he just committed.”
Police say that “Based on the social media profile of the person who posted the video, Riverside Police Officers responded to an apartment complex in the 3500 block of Lou Ella Lane, located in the Eastside neighborhood of Riverside, to search for the suspect.”
At the location, officers found an individual matching the description of the suspect from the video.
The sick monster was identified as 19-year-old ANGEL RAMOS-CORRALES (pictured below).
RAMOS-CORRALES was found to be in possession of illegal metal knuckles and had fresh blood stains on his clothing and cuts on his hands.
When officers searched the apartment, in RAMOS-CORRALES’ bedroom they discovered a 4 to 6-month-old Chihuahua puppy named Canelo lying on a bed, barely alive.
The furbaby was suffering from a severe neck injury.
Officers saw blood spatters in both the bedroom and bathroom.
Police then found a roommate who said he locked himself in his bedroom after seeing blood spatter and the furbaby wrapped in a rug while RAMOS-CORRALES was in his room yelling.
The Riverside County Department of Animal Services responded and transported Canelo to an emergency animal hospital.
A veterinarian had to euthanize the furbaby after determining he also had fractured bones in his head and chest.
RAMOS-CORRALES, of Riverside, was arrested and later booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center for cruelty to an animal and illegal possession of metal knuckles, both felonies.
Police say that due to the current emergency bail schedule for non-violent offenses, he was issued a “Notice to Appear” citation and released from custody a few hours later.
I do not understand how the killing of an innocent breathing being is considered “non-violent”.
What the hell is wrong with you all!?!?!?
Online records show that the MONSTER is scheduled to appear in Riverside Hall of Justice on May 20, 2021.
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