Jogger arrested who stabbed Dribbel dog to death in Waasmunster: …...

Waasmunster –

The perpetrator was arrested in the investigation into a jogger who stabbed a dog to death in the East Flemish Waasmunster last Saturday. The East Flanders public prosecutor’s office reports this after camera images of the suspect were distributed. It concerns a 43-year-old man, he has confessed the facts. The public prosecutor’s office is demanding his arrest for violations of gun laws.

The facts happened last Saturday evening in the Donkerputstraat in Waasmunster. Two walkers were out with dog Dribble when they crossed a jogger. The dog, a jack russell, walked with the jogger for a moment. However, the man drew a sharp object above, stabbed the animal and then walked on. The dog died on the spot.

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The man will be brought before the investigating judge in Dendermonde for offenses of animal cruelty and also for a violation of the gun legislation. The public prosecutor’s office is asking for his further arrest for the violation of the gun laws. The man cannot be arrested for the animal cruelty itself.

Because the law provides a possibility of arrest for offenses that can be punished with a prison sentence of 1 year or more, which is not the case for animal abuse. This is the case for violations of the arms legislation.

Kristoff van Havere and dog Dribbel, who was stabbed to death by a jogger with two stabs in the heart.

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