Dog Allegedly Thrown From 7-Story Parking Deck Deserves Justice

Target: George Gascon, San Francisco District Attorney

Goal: Punish the person accused of throwing a dog from a 7-story parking deck to the maximum extent of the law.

A 4-year-old Chihuahua named Dunky was apparently brutally thrown from a 7-story parking deck in San Francisco and found dead on the ground below. The dog was waiting in the family car alone when someone allegedly broke into the vehicle, stole what was available, and ruthlessly murdered the canine. A suspect has been apprehended and accused of maliciously hurling a helpless animal to his death in addition to other crimes.

People walking on ground-level discovered Dunky’s tiny, unresponsive body that afternoon. When the owner returned, he found fellow citizens surrounding the remains of his lifeless pet. He initially thought the dog had escaped from the car and fallen to his death by accident. However, auto damages and signs of malice found by investigators inside and around the vehicle indicate the act was intentional.

Broken glass and blood were discovered, and there was a trail of blood from the car to the railing of the parking structure. According to police, robbers have caused much grief over the years by stealing precious things from people. Regrettably, this merciless deed drags auto break-ins down to a disturbingly lower level.

The detained suspect has been charged with suspicion of felony, burglary, animal cruelty, grand theft, possession of stolen goods, carrying a concealed weapon, vandalism, and probation violation. The accused is also being held on possession of burglary tools, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violating a court order. Fortunately, police have reported that dash camera footage has provided key evidence in the case.

People who harm sentient beings have no respect for life and present a serious danger to everyone around them. The person responsible for this monstrous animal cruelty must be held accountable. This innocent dog deserves justice, and whoever is responsible must be punished to the fullest extent of the law.


Dear District Attorney Gascon,

A tragic case of animal cruelty has occurred in San Francisco that killed an innocent dog named Dunky. Waiting for his owner to return, his car is believed to have been broken into by a thief. Apparently, the malevolent individual threw the small Chihuahua from a seven-story building in order to continue a cold-hearted pillage without interruption.

People who intentionally harm animals threaten our safety, and this dog deserves justice. FBI studies reveal that people who abuse animals are more likely to do the same to their fellow human beings. I ask that whoever is responsible for inflicting such pain and suffering upon an innocent being be punished to the fullest extent of the law, sending a clear message that this type of behavior will not be tolerated in our society.


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Photo Credit: SF Weekly Courtesy Photo

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  1. Throw this worthless idiot off a cliff somewhere! Scrape him up and repeat until nothing is left!

  2. This monster needs to be thrown in jail and never allowed near an animal again!! I hope whoever did it gets the same done to them-what a sick disgusting psycho!

  3. This scum needs to be thrown off a building. Also the idiot who left the dog in the car needs to be charger and punished as well. This is cruelty on so many levels

  4. Angelika Carroll says:

    The criminal should be thrown in jail for as long as the law allows. Unfortunately, punishment for animal abuse is still way to lenient.

    It is troublesome that the poor animals owner would leave him in the car alone for that length of time. so maybe the car did not get too hot or cold in the garage, but think about leaving a child in a car alone for that length of time. Essentially, pets are like our children who are dependent on us to be responsible and caring. The owner should be punished as well for animal neglect

  5. You are not going to let this go, are you?

  6. Throw this monster out of a plane without a parachute. Let the punishment fir the crime.

  7. First off, the idiot who left the poor dog in the car should be charged with neglect then the POS who threw Dunky off the balcony for no reason at all other than to be cruel and malicious should be punished. BOTH of these people had zero regard for Dunky. I hope this neglectful owner reads our comments– just as GUILTY as the other POS. PUNISH BOTH.

    Signed and forwarded to my animal lover friends.


  8. Cynthia Mattera says:

    This is why animals should NOT be left alone in your car!!!! Poor baby was left alone in a parking garage? For how long? Not only should the man who killed this precious baby be charged, but his owner as well. This murder could have been avoided. The only time your dog should be in your car is when he is going to the vet or to a park!!!!!

  9. Prick needs to die. Painfully.

  10. Barton Dixon says:

    “If a man aspires towards a righteous life, his first act of abstinence is from injury to animals.” Albert Einstein
    “Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.” Authur Schopenhauer
    “If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men.” St. Francis of Assisi

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