Oddly, no date was oddly given for this report.
Residents of Washtenaw County’s Superior Township, a small Michigan community were rattled by the mysterious deaths of their dogs. At the time of the report, nine dead dogs had been discovered on roadsides since March 16, four of which were decapitated.
The Humane Society had not been able to match the dogs (three Rottweilers, three pit bulls, one terrier, one Labrador mix and one cocker spaniel) with any owners. Dog owners were saying they were going to keep their pets confined and some people feared that whoever was responsible for the killings could also endanger humans.
On March 5th 2004 was found mutilated near a dumpster; police reported that the dog was taken from the back yard of a home in the 2600 block of Williams Street. The dog was owned by a 66 year old man. The police had followed a trail of blood from the back yard into an alley and found the abused animal with blood near its mouth and a stick up its rectum; next to the dog was a makeshift cross with a sign reading “The work of the next King … a pure Act.”
A 17-year-old boy was arrested but police at the time did not release any further details about him.
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