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A man intentionally struck and killed a dog after its owner shouted at him for speeding.

The police in Santa Rosa, California have apprehended a man after he deliberately ran over and killed a blameless dog and its owner. The events began when a white car, a Maserati, raced up the road where a Terrier-mix was being taken for a walk by its person. The owner screamed out for the driver to slow down. The driver momentarily pulled over, but then deliberately ran over the dog and its person with his car.

The pedestrian was immediately brought to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital with some injuries, but it was expected that he would make a full recovery. Sadly, the Terrier-mix dog did not survive his injuries and passed away.

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office wasted no time in initiating an investigation to determine the identity of the driver. Thanks to an anonymous tip regarding the Maserati, they were able to locate Juan Mendoza-Meza, a 30-year-old man, and take him into custody on felony animal cruelty and assault with a deadly weapon charges. He is being held without bail.

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