Thursday, January 1, 2009

Mad Dog Murder

October 10, 2007

A local man made a grisly discovery of several body parts, including an eye and a foot, early Wednesday morning while searching for his newspaper in the 2700 block of SE Pluto Lane. The unidentified man immediately contacted area law enforcement. The Topeka Police Department's homicide division conducted a thorough search of the area which resulted in the recovery of several additional body parts and other evidence related to the crime. Police stated forensic evidence indicated the murder had occurred within the previous six hours. It appears the murderer was in the process of dismembering of the body when forced to flee to escape detection.

Police Detective Bill Gannon of the Topeka Police Department stated, "I have never witnessed such a brutal crime scene. The victim was literally chewed to pieces. Only a mad dog could commit such an act."

The remains have tentatively been identified as Curtis "Squeaky" Frogg. Mr. Frogg, a Chinese national, had resided in the Topeka area for several years. A long time neighbor of Mr. Frogg, William "Sox" Gato stated, "Squeaky could be irritating at times but no one wanted to see him dead. I don't feel safe in my own home anymore."

Police have arrested and charged Wile E. Dogg with Mr. Frogg's murder. Mr. Frogg was last seen in the company of Mr. Dogg and Mr. Dogg was arrested in the vicinity of the murder scene.

In September, Mr. Dogg was arrested and charged with the assault of Howard Tabby. The arrest report indicated Mr. Dogg viciously grabbed Mr. Tabby by the neck and shook him violently. Mr. Tabby and Mr. Dogg had previously been friends. The attack occurred with provocation.

A trial date has not yet been set.

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