Breaking News: Alleged Animal Cruelty
According to the Evanston Police Department’s “Evanston Now Police Blotter”, Stephen Quan, 34, allegedly kicked a woman’s Labrador Retriever in the 200 block of Kedzie Street.
Quan was arrested today and is being charged with animal cruelty.
Police reports indicate that a woman stated she was walking her dog when Quan allegedly came out of an apartment carrying a baby and walking a small poodle.
Police say the man claims to have dropped the leash on his poodle after being warned that the woman’s dog was aggressive.
The two dogs began to fight, and reports indicate that hit the Labrador in the head more than once and accidentally broke the woman’s eyeglasses.
Police reports say that a verbal argument ensued and two witnesses claim to have seen Quan kick the dog.
No further details have been issued as to whether or not either of the dogs have sustained injuries.
Quan will face a July 8th court date.
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