GLENS FALLS, N.Y. – A Glens Falls
man, accused of killing his girlfriend’s dog
and leaving it in the Hudson River, will be arraigned on Wednesday.
Police say Matthew Wisell, 28, admitted to killing the dog but said it was because the dog was having behavioral problems. However, on April 18, Wisell pleaded not guilty
to his charged when he was indicted.
The dog was found with its snout and legs bound with tape near Havilands Cove Beach on the Hudson River earlier this month. The small, tan, mixed designer breed was between two and four years old.
told his girlfriend he had found a new home for the dog. But police say he had actually killed it. His girlfriend is not facing any charges.
He has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty. He is expected to face a Warren County judge at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.