West Haven, CT – Kimar Fraser, 19, is behind bars for allegedly killing his girlfriend’s one yr-old Pit bull “Papi”.
Papi appears to be yet another victim of domestic violence – his death coming after an argument between the accused and his girlfriend, Papi’s owner.
The tragic incident happened back on November 28 – Papi’s owner discovered the body of her dog on the 29th, the day that she claims Fraser showed her the dog’s body.
According to the NH Register, Fraser took Papi after he and his girlfriend argued – his girlfriend had locked herself in a bathroom to avoid arguing with the man.
When she came out, her dog was gone – and so was her boyfriend.
When Fraser returned almost an hour later, his girlfriend received several stories about Papi’s fate.
The initial stories did not involve the fact that the dog had been killed.
Finally, the teen allegedly admitted to killing Papi.
According to the report, the girlfriend did not initially believe that her dog had been killed. It was at that time that Fraser allegedly led his girlfriend to Papi’s body which was down a dirt path, near a football field.
According to the report, the one year old dog died from a fractured neck and respiratory failure.
Fraser, though still just a teen, is no stranger to the law.
Last year, while being arrested on marijuana charges, he spat in the face of the arresting police officer and exposed himself.
Fraser had also threatened to shoot another West Haven High School student in the face and groin with a BB gun.
Fraser remains in custody – he is due in court in Milford on January 18.
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Rest in Peace Papi.
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