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The Teller County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that Matthew Dieringer, 30, was arrested at a Days Inn Motel in Arapahoe County.
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Aggravated Animal Cruelty Suspect Captured. Teller County, CO, July 27, 2020– Late last night, members of the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, acting upon information given to them by TCSO, located the suspect in the Teller County animal abuse case that has garnered nearly a million views on Facebook after the public’s help was requested in locating him.
Matthew Stephen Dieringer was located at the Days Inn Motel at Clinton & Geddes and was taken into custody on the Teller County warrant for two counts of Aggravated Animal Abuse, a felony six.
The Teller County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public for their interest in this case and vigilance in watching out for Mr. Dieringer. We would also like to thank our law enforcement partners at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI Safe Streets Task Force. It is times like these that remind us all that all life is precious and partnerships with our community and law enforcement partners creates opportunities for great outcomes.
Dieringer is currently being held in the Arapahoe Detentions Facility on a $10,000.00 cash-only bond and will eventually be transferred to the Teller County Detentions Center.
Aggravated Animal Cruelty Suspect Captured. Teller County, CO, July 27, 2020– Late last night, members of the Arapahoe…
On Sunday, Colorado officials caught a man whom they believed his roommate beating his two dogs on his death days.
In an earlier press release, police said Dieringer’s deadly beat and smashed two of his roommate’s dogs – a 7-year-old Australian cattle dog named Suka and a black dog named Hayoda. Suka died of a blunt force trauma when an autopsy was detected. The body of Hayoda was not found.
According to KRDO, the animal control unit of Teller County police conducted a welfare check in a mobile home in Florissant after claiming that the dogs received worrying text messages from the owner, Dieringer.
Responding officers reportedly noticed that the walls were covered with blood and that they had more than one hole, including someone who seemed to have crashed into his body. According to KRDO, they also saw the words “South Park” engraved on the television at home.
The arrest warrant stated that the police had discovered a 6-inch black-and-white tail soaked in water. The owner confirmed that the tail belongs to Hayoda, but the rest of the dog’s body was not saved.
Outside the dwelling, it was reported that officers discovered a blue plastic box containing the remains of Suka. According to KRDO, several teeth and black dog hair were discovered in a tub channel at home.
Neighbors reported that Dieringer claimed to be working on a “South Park” movie. In addition, according to the news published by the news, it was claimed that he was shouting and “in an angry mental state” as the police intervened at night.
Teller District police issued an arrest warrant on July 20. Dieringer, charged with heavy animal abuse, was sentenced to a $ 10,000 bond jail.