GRANVILLE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — New York State Police from Granville arrested a Dresden man Friday, accused of throwing a four-week-previous kitten out the window of a pickup truck.
State Police say witnesses noticed 21-yr-previous Christopher Normile, of Dresden, throw a kitten out the window of a Chevrolet Silverado into the center of State Route 22 within the space of Curtis Lumber on September 26.
The witnesses turned good samaritans, two males following behind the truck on bikes, rescued the small orange kitten from the street and took it to the Granville Small Animal Hospital the place it was handled for minor accidents. NYSP say the kitten then went residence with one of many males.
The witnesses have been capable of give responding NYSP troopers with an outline of the truck, and troopers have been capable of determine and find Normile as the driving force whereas he was driving on North Street in Dresden.
Normile was arrested underneath NYS Agriculture and Markets Regulation, a misdemeanor, in addition to a misdemeanor cost of aggravated unlicensed operation. He’s scheduled to be arraigned on the primary cost in Granville City Courtroom.