Animal Cruelty Results in Cat’s Death, Man’s Arrest

Animal Cruelty Results in Cat’s Death, Man’s Arrest

NAPA – The Solano Pet Emergency Clinic called an animal cruelty incident into the Napa Police Department. In the first place, on the evening of July 24 someone brought a cat into the clinic.

Most noteworthy, the cat suffered from serious injuries and broken bones. Consequently, veterinary personnel deemed it necessary to euthanize the animal.

Finally, investigating officers pieced the background together. An unreported domestic violence incident occurred at 9:15 p.m. on July 24. It happened in the 100 block of Adobe Lane.

56-year-old Wrenn Davis Rittenhouse, upset at the cat’s behavior, beat the cat. Additionally, the other victim tried to intervene. Rittenhouse “restrained and assaulted the victim.”

In conclusion, charges listed against Rittenhouse include cruelty to an animal, false imprisonment, domestic battery and attempted robbery.
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