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Neighbor Catches Man Dragging His German Shepherd on a Motorized Scooter—His Reason Is Unthinkable

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Dogs are considered man’s best friend, but there are people who mistreat and abuse the love and trust they give us as our four-legged furry companions.

This week, a good Samaritan in Texas reached out and rescued a dog from a terrible situation.

According to KGBT, Melissa Torrez spotted Mario Cardona, 59, dragging his German Shepherd named “G2” behind his motorized scooter by the neck.

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She attempted to stop him, but he shrugged her off. He remarked that the dog was his, and he could do whatever he wanted. In reply to the man, Torrez threatened to call the police, “don’t worry, I’ll call the cops on you!”

The young Mission resident explained the situation to reporters:

“I turn around. I see him dragging his dog from the middle of street all the way to second driveway. I’m out of my car yelling at him, asking him ‘What are you doing?

What’s wrong with you?’ And he just keeps going telling me to mind my own business, it’s his dog he can do whatever he wants.”

Torrez knew what she had to do. She took the video evidence to the Mission Police Department and reported Cardona for animal abuse.

It didn’t take long for the police to show up and arrest Cardona, who did not put up a fight.

Mission Police Lt. Jody Tittle told WANE that the video evidence was all they needed to make the arrest. These cases are often difficult to prove, though:

“You know something like this is great because somebody actually provided us with video evidence. Sometimes animal cruelty is hard to prove, you know, as bad as that may sound.”

Torrez is being hailed as a heroine after she posted the video on Facebook, which picked up hundreds of thousands of views and comments.

A judge set Cardona’s bond at $10,000 for the charge of animal cruelty.

According to KGBT, he broke Penal Code 42.092

“Under the section (b) (5) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly: transports an animal in a cruel manner. A cruel manner includes a manner that causes or permits unjustified or unwarranted pain or suffering.”

The good news is that “G2” (the doggy) is in good health, and he is being cared for by Mission Animal Control.

From IJR.