The Bengal tiger was found “roaming nearby with the murder suspect” a week after intimidating locals
After six days of searching, I finally found a Bengal tiger photographed in a secluded place near Houston, Bangladesh since last Sunday.
This big cat named India was handed over to the police in a Texas city early this morning and is now being taken care of by an animal shelter.
The Houston Police Department shared a photo of India. The photo shows an Indian wearing a turquoise sparkling collar. The suspected murderer Victor Kuvass’ wife Jaya Kuvas gave her a feed. Bottle of milk.
At the press conference, police chief Ron Borza said: “We found him and he is healthy.
“[Gia Cuevas] Want to hand the tiger to us. “
The police met Gia Cuevas in the west of the town and detained the tiger.
But Bolza pointed out that India “was in a very small box when it was brought to us today.”
He said: “As you know, he is now in a bigger crate, and he seems to be doing well.
“When it’s overgrown, that animal can weigh up to 600 pounds. He still has claws, and if he decides, it could cause a lot of damage.
“I exercise every day and that animal is very powerful. If he wants to overcome you, he can do it immediately.”
He added: “There is no doubt that you should not carry it at home. This is not good for the tiger. He needs to go out and roam.”
It turns out that when the police hunted him this week, India had already crossed multiple “safe houses” in an attempt to hide the big cat.
Nine-month-old cubs, tamed but with sharp claws, will be taken to Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, an animal sanctuary that includes other tigers.
After a man fleeing a wild cat was caught by the police, the tiger became loose in a place in Texas.
Victor Cuevas faces additional charges for first-degree murder Houston Last Sunday, the police chased in a car, then dragged the animal away and disappeared.
He tied the tiger to the back of a white SUV and fled the scene.
Cuevas, 26, was detained on Monday night and was convicted of escaping felony on charges of evading patrol officers.
In addition, he was also accused of shooting and killing a man in a restaurant parking lot in Fort Bend County in July 2017. ABC7 report.
Shocked neighbor They allegedly spotted the wild cat wandering in a house in Texas shortly before the hunt on Sunday night.
The first person to see the beast, Jose Ramos, immediately posted an alert on his community blog to warn his neighbors of danger.
When a man pointed his gun at the “aggressive” beast, the big cat hovered in the camera near Houston.
In the video posted on Twitter, the man can be heard yelling: “Take the guy back.
Another person who appeared to be the owner of the tiger replied: “I want him, I want him”.
The panicked neighbor called the police after being panicked seeing the animal lying on the lawn in the residential area at about 8pm on Sunday night.
According to reports, the police were told that the tiger “has a collar around his neck” and “looks fierce”. Houston Chronicle.
The worried caller also said that people “started to show up with guns.”
No shots were fired in the 42-second clip played on social media.
HPD Commander Borza said: “This is not the animal’s fault, but the breeder’s fault. This is unacceptable. It shouldn’t happen at all.” KVUE.
According to reports, the loose tiger is no stranger to the area because it was locked in the garage in May 2019.
After Osiekhuemen Omobhude died outside a sushi restaurant in November 2017, Cuevas was released on bail for murder. Houston Chronicle report.
According to reports, when Osiekhuemen entered the parking lot, two people approached Osiekhuemen.
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Witnesses said they heard gunshots, and the two of them were covered and fled the scene. Osiekhuemen died of injuries in the hospital.
After Kuvass was arrested, the police reportedly received an anonymous report and was taken into custody with a deposit of 750,000 U.S. dollars before being released.
He was charged with first-degree murder in 2020 and received a security deposit of US$125,000. He will appear in court in July.