Luke Alexander Stribling beat a puppy to death for peeing on his floor

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A necropsy revealed Julian 17 week old puppy suffered broken rib, sternum and abdomen with traumatic lesions and head injuries causing his death. Luke Alexander Stribling Age: 20
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Luke Alexander Stribling beat a 17-week-old puppy to death

A University of Central Florida student, Luke Stribling, was arrested on Friday and charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty for torturing and beating his 17-month-old puppy to death, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Luke Stribling, 20, admitted to intentionally beating his dog. Before charges could be pressed, authorities had to wait for results of the puppy’s necropsy report. On Friday Luke Stribling brought his Shiba Inu puppy, named Julian, to East Orlando Animal Hospital, stating the puppy had broken his leg two days prior when he became caught between wooden slats on the deck. After radiographs were done on the dog’s leg, additional fractures were discovered. When brought into the vet, the puppy had been shaking in pain, and the veterinary hospital reported Luke Stribling to Animal Services for not providing the dog with immediate care.

On June 26, just two weeks later, Animal Services arrived at Waterford Lakes Animal Clinic to find Julian dead. According to vet reports, the puppy had been kicked to death and Stribling stated he “hit the dog several times because he was frustrated” when the puppy had urinated on the floor.

A necropsy revealed Julian suffered a broken rib, sternum and abdomen with traumatic lesions and head injuries causing his death.

According to Click Orlando, Luke Stribling was released from jail on a $1,500 bond. During the investigation, records show Luke Stribling was ordered by a judge to attend a four-hour class on responsible pet ownership at Orange County Animal Services and paid a $256 fine. If convicted, he6 could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Dear Julian puppy,

Your life mattered

His Sister:

His Brother:

“Luke Stribling”

Meldwige Gregoire BEAT A PUPPY TO DEATH

Meldwige Gregoire BEAT A PUPPY TO DEATH


Published: Saturday, June 27, 2015 at 5:17 p.m.

Officials filed animal cruelty charges against a Gainesville man Friday on allegations that he beat a puppy to death, the Gainesville Police Department reported.

Arrested was Meldwige Gregoire, 24, of 1605 SW 47th Terrace, Unit 1314, his arrest report states.

Gregoire and his girlfriend adopted a 4-month-old pit bull mix on June 11 from Alachua County Animal Services, police reported. A medical exam prior to the adoption showed no obvious signs of injury or illness.

On June 13, Gregoire returned the puppy’s remains to Animal Services wrapped in a towel and told staff the puppy was found dead in its crate.

Animal Services investigator Jessica Lauginiger immediately noticed multiple, obvious signs of trauma, police reported.

A forensic necropsy found the puppy had a fractured femur, six broken rib heads where the ribs connect to the spine, two broken ribs, the right eye protruding from the socket, a broken bone above the left eye, severe brain hemorrhage, multiple broken teeth and bruising on the head and back.

“The veterinarian who completed the forensic necropsy advised the cause of death is multiple blunt force trauma to the head and the manner of death is ‘non-accidental killing,’?” GPD Detective Victoria Young wrote in the arrest report.

Under police questioning, Gregoire reportedly said he intentionally stomped on the puppy’s back and hind leg, kicked the puppy multiple times and hit it on the head with an open hand. He then pulled it by the leash down the hallway, where the puppy hit the wall.

Gregoire reportedly told officers his actions were meant as discipline

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