A Utah dog owner faces nearly 30 misdemeanors after her 4-year-old Husky was caught on video while she was carrying out an animal murder in one of the neighboring farms.
Surveillance Shots of Tooele Homeowner Trip Kiss – Anyone who runs a petting zoo for disabled children with his wife shows Mackenzie Morton's dog, Nikita, in the early hours of Memorial Day Amok.
"He chewed our goose that was there at the back end, he dug" Kiss told Fox 13, noting that the animal had killed two rabbits, two ducks, five chickens, a turkey, [and] a goose At some point he discovered the dog – who was scattering the dead animals within two blocks of his house – with one of his chickens in his mouth.
"The dog kept chewing and he died at the dog's mouth, and he dropped it, "Kiss said.
The police managed to stop the dog hours later. Tooele police Sgt. Jeremy Hansen told Fox 13 that" a second lady came from a couple of houses and told the officials that 15 of their chickens had also been killed by the same animal. "
Morton said the dog had disappeared from their friend's house nearby, late at night, and it was dark outside. She told the station that she had a couple of dead hu Hner found herself in a neighbor's garden, but no sign of Nikita, and ended up opening her door, hoping the sleigh would eventually return.
"I did not think she was going to commit a series of murders," Morton said, "I did not know that at all."
Morton apologized, claiming the dog had never behaved like this before, she wants about 1,350
But Kiss said he still felt "rage at the owner because she could have prevented that."
Morton was charged with animal batches at a single death and 27 counts offense counts for any animal that the dog attacked could incur additional costs.
Nikita is being quarantined at a local shelter, and an upcoming administrative hearing between police officers and Morton will determine the fate of the dog, Fox reported 13.