UPDATE APRIL 12, 2022, 7:57 PM: Detectives Arrest Man Who Shot Dog In Jupiterhttps://www.publishedreporter.com/2022/04/12/detectives-arrest-man-who-shot-dog-in-jupiter/
JUPITER, FL – On Saturday, April 2, 2022, at approximately 7:15 pm, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a shooting of a dog at Kennedy Estates Park located in the 6800 block of Booker T. Blvd in Jupiter. Upon arrival deputies located a male dog, chocolate lab mix, approximately one year old, weighing 45lbs, named Boots suffering from a gunshot wound to the snout.
Deputies learned that a four door Honda Accord (sports model) vehicle occupied by an unknown white male, unknown white female, and a black male drove into the park. A black male exited the vehicle with a black firearm in his hand, he approached the loose dog and fired a round into the snout of the dog. After shooting the dog, the suspect entered the Honda Accord and fled towards Indiantown Road.
The suspect is described as approximately 6 ft. tall, thin build, having short dreadlocked hair with red highlighted tips, and wearing black hoodie sweatshirt and black pants.
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Boots suffered a fractured lower right jaw bone causing several of this teeth to be knocked out. He was taken to an emergency vet and is currently recovering.
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