MIAMI, FL – Miami Dade Police finally captured the infamous Cat Killer this weekend. The mutant suspect had pleaded no contest.
Over the past two months residents of Miami’s southern suburbs have been plagued by a series of gruesome cat killings. Pets and strays have been found murdered and in some cases mutilated on their owners lawns. In all, dozens of cats are believed to have been attacked by this one assailant.
Early Sunday morning, police arrested a half-dog mutant that responds to Tyler Weinman. He was caught shortly before dawn in a cat-in-a-tree sting operation run by a joint police and Animal Services task force. Currently he is being charged with 34 counts of animal cruelty, 28 counts of improperly disposing of an animal body, not wearing a collar at the time of his arrest, and urinating on a policeman.
“I sincerely hope that now residents will feel relieved that their cats will be safe once again” said Deputy Mayor Phillip Sosa. “He is being neutered later today, and we feel that is a good place for the community’s healing to begin.”