Milford Man Accused of Stabbing Two Dogs to Death - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -

Milford Man Accused of Stabbing Two Dogs to Death

Posted: Updated:
Denzel Brown Denzel Brown

MILFORD, Del. - A Milford man is accused of stabbing his girlfriend's two dogs to death.

According to Delaware State Police, troopers were called to the 7000 block of North Union Church Road in Milford on Wednesday around 10:30 a.m. for a report of a domestic dispute between 27-year-old Denzel Brown and his 34-year-old girlfriend.

Police say after they settled the argument, the woman secured her two pit bulls inside the home in separate crates and left. According to police, Brown was waiting outside for a ride but went inside to get some things. Police say he suddenly came out of the house and stated he had stabbed the two dogs with a knife that belonged to his girlfriend, claiming the dogs had been fighting.

Delaware Animal Control officers responded to the scene to remove the dead dogs.

Police say Brown was charged with possession of a deadly weapon during commission of a felony, two counts of cruelty to animals and criminal mischief. He was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on $16,100 cash bond.

  • Most Popular VideosMost Popular VideosMore>>

  • Invasive Spotted Lanternfly Headed Toward Maryland

    Invasive Spotted Lanternfly Headed Toward Maryland

    Farmers like Jennie Schmidt of Queen Anne's County know all too well how hard it is to grow grapes. And now Mother Nature, in the shape of a quarter-sized, red and black polka-dotted bug, is about to make Schmidt's job even more challenging. The spotted lanternfly, already pestering nearby states like Pennsylvania and Virginia, is on its way to Maryland.

    More

    Farmers like Jennie Schmidt of Queen Anne's County know all too well how hard it is to grow grapes. And now Mother Nature, in the shape of a quarter-sized, red and black polka-dotted bug, is about to make Schmidt's job even more challenging. The spotted lanternfly, already pestering nearby states like Pennsylvania and Virginia, is on its way to Maryland.

    More
  • Cruisin OC Heads back to Ocean City

    Cruisin OC Heads back to Ocean City

    It's official, Cruisin OC will be rolling through Ocean City once again in the Spring. Earlier this week, the council approved dates for the car show.
    Some locals say they're dreading for when those dates arrive. George Balunis, an Ocean City resident, says when the car events come into town, he stays inside.
    More
    It's official, Cruisin OC will be rolling through Ocean City once again in the Spring. Earlier this week, the council approved dates for the car show.
    Some locals say they're dreading for when those dates arrive. George Balunis, an Ocean City resident, says when the car events come into town, he stays inside.
    More
  • Medicare Fraud Lawsuit Names Private Ambulance Company & PRMC

    Medicare Fraud Lawsuit Names Private Ambulance Company & PRMC

    Federal authorities are investigating claims a private ambulance company committed Medicare fraud with the participation of Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

    A lawsuit filed in federal court outlines an alleged scheme to rake in tens of millions of dollars by over-billing Medicare on tens of thousands of non-emergency trips.

    More

    Federal authorities are investigating claims a private ambulance company committed Medicare fraud with the participation of Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

    A lawsuit filed in federal court outlines an alleged scheme to rake in tens of millions of dollars by over-billing Medicare on tens of thousands of non-emergency trips.

    More
Powered by Frankly

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 WBOC. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices