COUNCIL CHRONICLE – A man from Harrah, a small suburb 22 miles east of Oklahoma City, could spend the next years behind bars after he allegedly shot two dogs to discipline his out-of-control daughters. According to the arrest warrant, the Oklahoma man, Jeffrey Don Edwards, became upset after he returns home for work and saw that his daughters neglected to wash the dishes.
Oklahoma Man Said All Allegations Are Fake
On Tuesday, Harrah law enforcement officials took 35-year-old into custody. The man was charged with two counts of aggravated animal cruelty.
According to the authorities, Danielle Depee, Edwards’ former wife, was the one who got in touch with the police after her brother told her about the man’s brutal way of dealing with misbehaving children.
Edwards divorced his wife in 2007. Since then, their daughters, ages 17 and 15, were living on-and-off at the man’s Harrah residents.
Following the incident, the children went to their mother and told the woman how their father got mad because they forgot to wash the dishes.
Allegedly, on Tuesday night, after Edwards arrived home, he saw that the entire house was in disarray, with dirty dishes piled in the kitchen’s sink.
Outraged, Edward told his daughters that he intends to teach them a lesson.
The following day, Edwards’ girls returned home, just to find out that the dogs went missing. Of course, Edwards told them that this is the result of their behavior.
Depee later found out about Edwards’ deed from her brother who heard the story from one of Edwards’ coworkers.
It would appear that the individual saw the man take the dogs behind the house and shooting them before removing the bodies.
The eyewitness added that the Oklahoma man told him that he shot the dogs to discipline his children.
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