San Francisco Police Capt. Greg Corrales tells SF Weekly that on Saturday, a witness called the cops after he allegedly saw 18-year-old Tyler Anderson twice punch his female pit bull in the head, and then slam her against his car, which was parked near Fell and Clayton streets.
This isn't a man bites dog story. This is a man bites and allegedly beats his dog story — and that's even worse.
The witness, who had been inside his apartment at the time, said he heard the dog squealing in pain; he yelled to the suspect from the apartment window, but Anderson reportedly ignored him.
When police arrived, they found Anderson sitting in his gray Jetta. The pup was tied to rear tire of the car, Corrales said. When the cops asked him about the incident, Anderson denied beating the dog, Tequila, but admitted he put the pup in a “submissive position” and bit her ear twice to “discipline her.”
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