Following an investigation after a number of lifeless canines had been found within the rubbish, a Myrtle Seaside man is going through felony animal cruelty fees.
On Nov. 15, animal management officers in Myrtle Seaside, South Carolina, had been alerted to the invention of three lifeless pit bulls—one grownup canine and two puppies—positioned in a dumpster inside a plastic tub stuffed with feces and urine.
Following the invention of 4 lifeless Pitbulls in a dumpster between November 15 and December 26, 2022, Myrtle Seaside police have charged Raahkeem Orland Younger, 33, with felony animal cruelty and failure to correctly bury animals.
The crime stayed unsolved for almost six weeks till animal management officers had been referred to as again to the identical dumpster on December 26. This time, a lifeless 10- to 12-week-old pit bull pet was found in a plastic container deserted subsequent to the identical dumpster the place the opposite three pups had been found on Nov. 15. The pet died of “sickness and drowning,” in response to authorities.
“Younger was related to the case after officers positioned a receipt discarded with a pet on the twenty sixth that led officers again to Younger utilizing cameras from the shop and the town site visitors and avenue cameras,” the Myrtle Seaside Police Division stated in an announcement asserting his arrest.
Younger was arrested on Jan. 7 and charged with 4 fees of felony animal cruelty and 4 counts of failure to correctly bury animals. Later that day, he was launched on a private recognizance bond. A trial date has but to be scheduled.
That is nonetheless an lively investigation and anybody with info is requested to name the Animal Management Unit at 843-918-1331 or e-mail [email protected] Callers can stay nameless. Reference Report quantity 22-024360 or 22-022412.