Texas man accused of starting to eat dog arrested
The 22-year-old is charged with felony cruelty to a non-livestock animal
The Associated Press
WACO, Texas — Bond has been revoked for a Texas man who police say killed and starting eating his housemate's dog after chasing a neighbor on his hands and knees while growling.
Waco police say Michael Terron Daniel remained jailed Wednesday after a judge revoked his bail in a previous assault case. The 22-year-old is charged with felony cruelty to a non-livestock animal.
Police say a caller reported a man was going crazy, and when officers arrived, they found Daniel on the porch covered in blood and holding the dead dog.
Police say Daniel told people at the home he had taken K-2, a form of synthetic marijuana, then assaulted them and started biting the dog's flesh.
McLennan County Jail records don't list an attorney for Daniel, who was arrested Monday.