The District Court in Otwock, at the request of the prosecutor’s office, decided to put into pre-trial detention for 41-year-old Małgorzata K. The woman was charged with: killing the dog with extreme cruelty, abusing her mother and burglary.
Deputy spokesman of the Warsaw-Praga District Prosecutor’s Office in Warsaw, attorney Remigiusz Krynke, said that the incident took place on September 18 in Józefów, near Otwock. The woman had, among others brutally beat and strangle his mother’s dog. 41-year-old Małgorzata K. was detained on September 21, she had not lived with her parents for a long time and had previously been abroad.
“Allegation of killing mother’s dog”
– The woman was charged with killing with particular cruelty a Miniature Spitz dog belonging to the suspect’s mother. Małgorzata K. acted drastically. In addition, the prosecutor presented the suspect with three other allegations of abuse of his mother, theft with break-in of her car and the theft of other items to the detriment of the suspect’s parents, prosecutor Krynke said. According to the prosecutor’s office, Małgorzata K. stole, inter alia, mower and power tools.
The woman did not plead guilty to the alleged acts and – as prosecutor Krynke reported – gave explanations that contradicted the evidence gathered in the case. As a result of an application submitted by the District Prosecutor in Otwock, the Otwock district court ordered that Małgorzata K. be detained on remand. The 41-year-old is facing up to 10 years’ imprisonment for the crimes alleged by the prosecutor’s office.
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