UPDATE: May 24, 2018
Police Arrest Suspect For Slamming Puppy To Death In SF Store
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) - San Francisco police have caught up with a suspect seen slamming a puppy to the floor of a convenience store last month in the city’s Tenderloin District.
Video from a store camera shows a man snatching a woman’s Cocker Spaniel puppy during an argument then hurling the animal to the floor, killing it.
The surveillance video allowed investigators to identify the suspect as 23-year-old Delos Pierre Gallon of San Francisco.
Gallon was arrested Wednesday at a hotel in San Mateo and he is facing charges that include felony animal cruelty.
May 2, 2018
Voices for Pets is Offering a $3,000 Reward for the Arrest and Conviction of Puppy Killer Delos Pierre Gallon
On the morning of April 14th, 2018, Delos Pierre Gallon and a female got into an argument inside a convenience store in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. A surveillance camera revealed that Gallon grabbed Prince, a four-month old Cocker Spaniel puppy and viciously slammed the puppy onto the floor. Puppy Prince did not survive this brutal attack.
Delos Pierre Gallon, a 23-year-old male, San Francisco resident is wanted on domestic violence, kidnapping and felony animal cruelty charges. He has a criminal record involving firearms.
“I cannot imagine a more tragic death for a loving and trusting puppy like Prince,” said Leroy Moyer, Voices For Pets’ President. “By exhibiting such violence against a defenseless little puppy, Gallon has shown to be a cowardly, sadistic person, who is a threat to society.”
Voices For Pets will not divulge the name of anyone with information that can lead to the arrest and conviction of Delos Pierre Gallon. Please contact Leroy at Voices For Pets (925) 685 5388, or [email protected].