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A New Mexico man was arrested in June for hitting his girlfriend and damaging his pets had him update it after the cat tested positive for meth, authorities said on Tuesday.
Aaron Spaulding, 39, allegedly hit his girlfriend several times, then held her against her will and took away her cell phone, of Las Cruces, said that the Police is on Facebook. The police said they were called to investigate the assault claims, and later learned of a possible animal cruelty.
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Spaulding has also been accused of hurting his male, short hair, squeeze it until he cried out,” and on the strength of the animal, feed, drugs, police said.
Aaron Spaulding has allegedly neglected his two pets, a cat and a dog, according to police.
The Las Cruces Police Department)
The vet found that the cat showed signs of neurological dysfunction, and a subsequent blood test came in positive methods. The cat was treated and has since been adopted into a new home, according to police.
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Spaulding, who was arrested on 4 June, was originally charged with false imprisonment, two counts of battery against a household member, interference with communication, and two felony counts of animal cruelty. One count of animal cruelty has been upgraded to a felony after the cat that is the testing of the drug.
The animals may be due to the ingestion of meth, it is, oddly enough, is a topic that has made headlines on numerous occasions over the past few months.
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In June, an Alabama man was arrested on drug charges and is accused of a meth-fueled, well-trained attack squirrel, named “Deeznutz”, such as a family pet. The game couldn’t be tested for speed, and it was to be released. The critter’s owner, denied the allegations.
Last month, the Tennessee state police and caused a frenzy online when they posted a warning about the “speed-gators: a species at the expense of the consumption of drugs are flushed down local toilets. The police later clarified their viral post, saying that it was just a joke, in order to highlight the perils of flushing the drugs down the toilet.