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Weatherford Man Sean Thomas Sloan Arrested For Animal Cruelty After 'Torturing' Dog

April 8, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Sean Thomas Sloan told Sheriff's Deputies he had a "dispute" with his dog after it ate half of a chicken.

PARKER COUNTY (CBSDFW. COM) – Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Sean Thomas Sloan of Weatherford Sunday, April 4, in connection with an animal cruelty investigation.

Sean Thomas Sloan, 28 (credit: Parker County Sheriff’s Office)

Parker County Sheriff Russ Authier said deputies were dispatched to the 7200-block of Comanche Trail around 11:30 a. m. , where a neighbor reported witnessing the 28-year-old assaulting his 3-year-old husky dog named Shy. READ MORE: Visiting Nurses Association Set To Help With In-Home COVID Vaccinations“Animal cruelty cases are a top priority for my office,” said Sheriff Authier.

It shows Sloan aggressively grabbing the dog as it was tethered in the front yard of the home.

Sloan then struck the dog in the face and neck with a closed fist, contorting its neck, forcing its snout to touch its back, and struck it several additional times, law enforcement said.

The dog tried to escape Sloan, at which time, Sloan grabbed the dog’s muzzle and forced it to the ground while striking it on its rear right hip, face and neck several more times.

The dog was able to get away from Sloan and ran under the house. READ MORE: Texas DPS Trooper Shot While Pursuing Bryan, Texas Business Shooting SuspectSheriff’s deputies made contact with Sloan, who without prompting, immediately told deputies he had a “dispute” with his dog after it ate half of a chicken and he held it while he “only slapped” it three of four times.

Another witness told deputies he observed Sloan, “about to break his neck, ” and “near [sic] killed him. ”

Sloan was arrested on the charge of cruelty to non-livestock animals; torture.

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